SAN FRANCISCO — A small public utilities district in California is trying to prevent its doors from closing after voters exercised their authority to lower their water rates below what district officials say is needed to sustain operations.

Voters in the Foresthill Public Utilities District, located 60 miles northeast of Sacramento, approved an initiative to roll back rates during a special June election.

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