Inverness voters will have to decide how to vote on a new wildfire prevention tax without an endorsement from the Inverness Public Utility District. 

At a special meeting last week, IPUD board members first moved to oppose the voter initiative—which would boost their own agency’s funding with a 20-cent-per-square-foot parcel tax—but after an . . .

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