The Village of Botkins Web site is intended for use by the general public as a convenient way to access the information and services provided by the Village of Botkins. Efforts are made to ensure that the information presented is complete and accurate. In general, you can be assured that the information on the Web site is accurate.
The Village of Botkins takes efforts to minimize cache (1) issues, unauthorized modifications, and input errors. However, several factors can affect the quality of the information displayed on this Web site that are beyond the control of the Village of Botkins -- including browser incompatibilities (2); information which has been cached on the local computer, networkproxy (3), or other storage device; unauthorized modification of electronic data; errors in transmission; or other issues with Web transmission. To minimize cache issues on your end, the Village of Botkins recommends that you verify that you have the most current version of a page by clearing your cache. For information about clearing your cache, check your browser's help files.
Updates, additions or corrections may have been made to a Web page since the time you previously viewed it. You may wish to confirm information, such as dates and meeting locations, immediately prior to the event, in case updates have been made. In addition, if you are concerned about the accuracy of an item, you may contact the Work Unit that posted this information. For example, if you are concerned about the information on a City Council Web page, you may view such information at the Village of Botkins Municipal Building, 210 S. Mill St. Botkins, OH 45306.
You may also ask questions or provide feedback about any Village of Botkins Web page at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The links provided by this Web Site are intended to provide a wide range of information to the public. The Village of Botkins is not liable for the defamatory, offensive, or illegal conduct of other users, links, or third parties and the risk of injury from the foregoing rests entirely with the user. The provision of links from the Village of Botkins on the World Wide Web to other sites does not constitute an endorsement of those links by the Village of Botkins.
In general, the Village of Botkins Web site currently links only to related government organizations and nonprofits -- specifically those that provide services and information that support the functions and services that the City provides.
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Construction of the disclaimers contained in this Web site and resolution of disputes concerning these disclaimers are governed by the laws of the State of Ohio.
All text and images © Village of Botkins unless otherwise noted. All rights reserved. Any reuse or republishing of the text or images on this Web site without prior written consent of the copyright holder is prohibited. For information or use permissions, contact email@example.com.
- Cache: Copies of the Web pages you visit are stored in a cache. This is usually a temporary folder on your computer. However, your dialup service provider or company network may use a cache to store pages you visit.
The goal of a cache is to speed up Web browsing. If you visit the same page twice, your cache may supply the page instead of the Web server -- since the page doesn't have to travel across a network, it should load faster.
If you load a page from your cache, but the page has been changed on the server in the meantime, you might not see the latest version.
- Browser Incompatibilities: Different makers and versions of Web browsers support different features. For that reason, there may be differences in the way a page of information is displayed. Typically, those differences are slight, such as larger or smaller text or different-sized margins.
While City tests their pages in as many different browsers as possible, those browser differences may lead to mistaken interpretations of the content.
- Proxy: A proxy is a server that collects requests from your browser and filters them before sending them to the Internet. Proxy servers can:
- protect an organization's network from outside attacks;
- mask the specific identity of the person making the request;
- filter requests and only allow certain types of requests through;
- record a history of requests; and/or
- act as a cache.
- Most companies that allow their employees to browse the Internet and several large dialup providers do so through a proxy.