Inverness residents are advised to let the tap run for a while first thing in the morning—to flush out the lead. 

Last month, the State Water Resources Control Board notified the Inverness Public Utility District about problematically high levels of lead in several water samples taken from residential taps in April. The board mandated that . . .

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