WATER: Decades ago, the Inverness Public Utility District bought two used redwood tanks that together can hold 40,000 gallons. The tanks could be replaced in a capital improvement program.   David Briggs

The Inverness Public Utility District is preparing plans to replace two aging redwood tanks in Seahaven—the first step in a capital improvement program to replace many or all of the system’s 11 tanks with seismically safe designs. Loans and a rate increase are likely components of the program, which is likely to cost between $2.2 million . . .

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