A series of heavy showers that commenced last month and have continued nearly nonstop past mid-January have wetted drought-stricken West Marin, so much so that the Inverness Public Utility District has called off a mandatory ban on outdoor water systems instituted in September. “We’re looking great,” said Scott McMorrow, the district’s general manager. “Storage levels . . .

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