A November ballot measure could rake in more than $250,000 for wildfire prevention and water supply improvements in Inverness. So why is the Inverness Public Utility District, the agency that would administer the funds, split over whether to endorse it? The 20-cent-per-square-foot parcel tax initiative was spearheaded by Jerry Meral, an Inverness Association board member . . .

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