Inverness Public Utility District officials celebrated the results of another clear round of lead and copper testing last week. The State Water Resources Control Board reported to the district that just one out of 20 water samples drawn this spring showed elevated lead levels, which is allowable under federal regulations. The one offending Inverness residence—which has consistently shown . . .

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