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LAND USE DISCLAIMER / STATEMENTS

LAND USE DISCLAIMER

Land use publications (e.g., letters, local government land use comments, brochures, citizen issue papers, LUBA appeals, newspaper articles, etc.) of the Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society (Hugo Neighborhood) are as much about providing information and provoking questions as they are about opinions of the Hugo Neighborhood concerning land use issues and concerns.

They do not provide recommendations to citizens and they are not legal advice. They do not take the place of a lawyer. If citizens use information contained in these publications, it is their personal responsibility to make sure that the facts and general information contained in them are applicable to their situation. The Hugo Neighborhood Association and Historical Society assumes no liability for information provided.

OUTDOOR RISK WARNING STATEMENT

WARNING! There is a personal risk the individual assumes anytime he ventures into the "wilds" of Hugo. Just for fun let us describe the "wilds" as any place where an individual has left paved roads. When leaving paved roads the driver is probably on a public logging road of some sort. Please be alert as these roads can be dangerous anytime, but especially in near vertical terrain (i.e., narrow, steep, curvy, blind corners, edge of cliff, poor road material, overhanging vegetation, mud holes, loose rocks, changing conditions, etc.).

WARNING! Field trip sponsorship and travel publications of the Hugo Neighborhood are about providing information and getting to know our neighborhood and community. They are about having fun. Please remember that while having fun there are dangerous roads and other environmental elements to prepared for: weather, potentially dangerous plants, and critters. The big "real" common concerns are hot summer heat, ticks, poison oak, and rattlesnakes; there are other concerns too numerous to list. Last June 26, 2004 our hiking group saw very fresh, and very large Mountain Lion tracks up Quartz Creek in the Grave Creek Hills.

WARNING! Sponsorship and publications are not recommendations by the Hugo Neighborhood to citizens that an activity will be safe. In fact, if the individual does not take reasonable prudent responsibility for his actions the activity could easily be dangerous. If individuals go on sponsored field trips and/or use information contained in these publications, it is their personal responsibility to make sure that the facts and general information contained in them are applicable to their situation. The Hugo Neighborhood assumes no liability for information provided, nor any harm that may result from individuals traveling into the "wild."

WILDFLOWER COMMITTEE DISCLAIMER

WARNING:  The information contained within the web site is for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for seeking the advice of a qualified physician and/or naturopathic doctor, and the information given within is not meant to replace modern medicines or established medical treatments without the proper guidance of a qualified health practitioner. It is only meant for educational purposes. The Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society and its representatives make no claims as to the ability of plants and their derivatives to cure you or treat you of any ailment known to man. Before using any plants and their derivatives you should seek the advice and training of a qualified professional and your personal physician. DO seek guidance if you do not know how to use these plants and their derivatives properly. The Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society and its representatives will not be held responsible for the improper ingestion or other improper uses of plants and their derivatives. By use of this web site and the information contained herein you agree to hold harmless The Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society.

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