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A municipality can also be referred to as ____. a state, principality a judge a city, town, or village a county
A municipality refers to a village, town, or city that's usually governed by a mayor and council.
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A municipality refers to a village, town, or city that's usually governed by a mayor and council.

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A municipality can also be referred to as a city, town, or village.
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