The purpose of this Website is to provide accurate and helpful
information about Woodbury government services and related activities.
When visiting this Website, no information is collected and stored about
you unless you provide us with personally identifiable information.
Unless you provide additional information, The Citizens for the
Preservation of Woodbury, (CFTPOW), collects only the following
anonymous information as you browse through the Website: 1) the domain
name and browser used to access the Internet; 2) the date and time of
visits; 3) the pages visited; and 4) the address of the Website visited
immediately prior to visiting this Website. We collect this information
for statistical purposes and to help us make our site more useful to
You do not have to provide this Website with personally identifiable
information to visit our Website. However, any personal identifiable
information that you provide to us will be used to respond to your
request or to analyze trends. (CFTPOW) does not disclose, give, sell or
transfer any personally identifiable information (to the extent given)
to any third parties, unless: 1) we need to share the information to
provide the service or information you have requested, or 2) we are
authorized to do so by law.
Security of the information that you provide is very important to us.
Therefore, for site security purposes and to ensure that our Website
services remain available to all users, we employ software programs to
monitor traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change
information, or otherwise cause damage. In the event of authorized law
enforcement investigations, and pursuant to any required legal process,
information from these sources may be used to help identify an
individual. To the extent that other websites that may be accessed
through our site collect personally identifiable information about you,
the information policies of those websites are not covered by this
This Website may use “cookies”. A cookie is
a small data file that certain websites write to your hard drive when
you visit them. A cookie file can contain information such as a user ID
that the site uses to track the pages you have visited. The only
personal information a cookie can contain is the information you supply.
A cookie is only a text file and cannot read data off your hard disk or
read cookie files created by other sites. Cookies can track user traffic
patterns, recognize your computer’s browser when you return and could
provide personalized content without requiring sign in. You can refuse
cookies by turning them off on your browser.