A special district means . . .
". . . a unit of local government created for a special purpose, as opposed to a general-purpose, which has jurisdiction to operate within a limited geographic boundary and is created by general law, special act, local ordinance, or by rule of the Governor and Cabinet." (Section 189.012(6), Florida Statutes)
Special District Postings
Charlotte County Government shall post links to special district budgets online per Florida Statute 189.016 (4):
"The tentative budget must be posted on the special district's official website at least two days before the budget hearing, held pursuant to s. 200.065 or other law, to consider such budget. The final adopted budget must be posted on the special district's official website within 30 days after adoption. If the special district does not operate an official website, the special district must, within a reasonable period of time as established by the local general purpose government or governments in which the special district is located or the local governing authority to which the district is dependent, transmit the tentative budget or final budget to the manager or administrator of the local general-purpose government or the local governing authority. The manager or administrator shall post the tentative budget or final budget on the website of the local general-purpose government or governing authority."
Charlotte County Special District Websites