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48-914.Lease, sale or loan of state property to federal or local governments; transfer of personnel; cities and counties authorized to contract. Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of law:

(a) Whenever the adjutant general, with approval of the governor, deems it to be in the public interest, he or she may: (1) Authorize any department or agency of the state to lease or lend, on such terms and conditions as he or she may deem necessary to promote the public welfare and protect the interests of the state, any real or personal property of the state government to the president, the heads of the armed forces, or to the civil defense agency of the United States.

(2) Enter into a contract on behalf of the state for the lease or loan to any political subdivision of the state on such terms and conditions as he or she may deem necessary to promote the public welfare and protect the interests of the state, of any real or personal property of the state or under the jurisdiction or control of the state government, or the temporary transfer or employment of personnel of the state government to or by any political subdivision of the state.

(3) Enter into a contract on behalf of the state to provide by lease or purchase to any individual in this state, any services, materials or equipment of the state, or under the jurisdiction or control of the state, for the purpose of alleviating hardships and distress of such individual arising from a disaster, and receive reimbursement on behalf of the state in whole or in part for such services, materials or equipment.

(b) The mayor of any city or the chairman of the board of county commissioners of any county of the state may: (1) Enter into such contract or lease with the state, or accept any such loan, or employ such personnel, and such political subdivision may equip, maintain, utilize and operate any such property and employ necessary personnel therefor in accordance with the purposes for which such contract is executed.

(2) Do all things and perform any and all acts which he or she may deem necessary to effectuate the purpose for which such contract was entered into.

History: L. 1951, ch. 323, § 13; L. 1955, ch. 263, § 11; L. 1975, ch. 283, § 24; April 11.



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