Even though many local residents disagree with the decision, the town council has ordered that the downtown parking rules be changed and a new parking garage built.
"order" is one of those verbs (think, say,...) that require "that" in 99% of the cases. To understand the cases in which is not necessary consider the following case
Paul says that (something); Paul says "(his words)". So out B.
C stands out because uses "should". If you decide on something, your decision will not be expressed by "should ": your decision "is" not "should be". Out C
Lets analyze A D E together:
A. that the downtown parking rules be changed and a new parking garage built
D. that the downtown parking rules be changed and a new parking garage to be built
E. that the downtown parking rules be changed and a new parking garage is built
Their only difference is the final verb. To pick the correct one we must mantain the parallelism: be changed
and (...) A) build
D)to be built
A mantains the structure. A is correct
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