Sec. 58.021. SINGLE-COUNTY DISTRICT; GRANTING OR REFUSING PETITION. (a) The commissioners court or the commission shall grant the petition requesting the creation of a district if it appears at the hearing that:
(1) organization of the district as requested is feasible and practicable;
(2) the land to be included and the residents of the proposed district will be benefited by the creation of the district;
(3) there is a public necessity or need for the district; and
(4) the creation of the district would further the public welfare.
(b) If the commissioners court or the commission fails to make the findings required by Subsection (a) of this section, it shall refuse to grant the petition.
(c) If the commissioners court or the commission finds that any of the land sought to be included in the proposed district will not be benefited by inclusion in the district, it may exclude that land not to be benefited and shall redefine the boundaries of the proposed district to include only the land that will receive benefits from the district.
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