With creek levels dropping, Inverness moved to enact a mandatory water rationing plan on Wednesday. Rationing will be triggered if the Inverness Public Utility District’s water storage system falls below 50 percent capacity over a seven-day running average. 

“We’re not at that critical point yet, but it could happen quickly,” said Wade Holland . . .

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