Ounce of Prevention: Publication Use, Reproduction, and Adaptation
Under the terms of the grant provided by the Public Entity Risk Institute, the Institute for Local Government is sharing the contents of An Ounce of Prevention: Best Practices for Making Informed Land Use Decisions with other state and national organizations that serve local agencies (see Documents & Resources window at right).
These organizations are free to use, reproduce, or adapt this publication, in whole or in part, as provided here. Some examples of appropriate use would be to excerpt parts for a newsletter or article, adapt and revise the report for use in your state, offer as supplemental materials at a conference, or any other means which may be of value to local agencies.
The primary condition that we place on this use is that you recognize the Institute for Local Government and Public Entity Risk Institute for making the original contribution. An appropriate example for an article based on a chapter of the publication would be:
This article was adapted from Chapter 4 of An Ounce of Prevention: Best Practices for Making Informed Land Use Decisions, published in 2006 by the Institute for Local Government (www.ca-ilg.org/ounce) and funded by the Public Entity Risk Institute (www.riskinstitute.org)
All recognition should list the title of the publication and the name and web address for both the Institute for Local Government and the Public Entity Risk Institute.
All references to California law have been highlighted in yellow.