The Inverness Public Utility District declared a water shortage emergency on Wednesday, responding to emergency requirements established last month by the State Water Resources Control Board that all water districts take conservation measures (though rural districts are allowed to implement less stringent ones). The district’s general manager, Scott McMorrow, said that currently stream flows are “low but adequate . . .

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