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A. Upon the hearing, if it appears that the petitions conform to the provisions of this chapter and that the public convenience and welfare will be served by the establishment of the district, the director shall make a final written order to declare his findings, designate the counties to be included, and declare the district organized under a corporate name by which it shall be known in all proceedings.
B. Not less than ten days after the date of the final order, the director shall cause a certified copy of such final order to be:
1. Filed in the office of the board of supervisors of each county.
2. Recorded in the office of the county recorder in each county included in the district.
3. Filed in the office of the secretary of state.
C. Any affected person who made an appearance before the director may seek a review of such final order within thirty days from the date of the order by filing a petition for a special action writ in the supreme court. The special action shall be given precedence over other civil actions.
D. If such appeal is taken from the director's final order, a certified copy of the order or judgment of the supreme court shall be filed and recorded, as provided in subsection B, within ten days after the final determination of the appeal.