interjurisdictional disaster or civil defense plans, outside the limits of such political sub-
division in order to render aid, in the event of major disaster or civil defense emergency,
as such terms are defined in section 81-829.39, or in connection with any program of
practice or training for such disaster or civil defense emergency when such program is
conducted, or participated in by the state Civil Defense Agency or with any other related
training program. Such movement may be to any point in this state, or may be into any
adjoining state when mutual aid arrangements have been entered into on behalf of this
state with such other state as authorized by section 81-829.56. Each political subdivision
shall self-insure or contract for insurance against any liability for personal injuries or
property damage that may be incurred by it or by its personnel, as the result of any
movement made pursuant to this section. As used in this section, political subdivision
shall not include a district as defined in section 70.601.
Source: Law 1957, c. 380, sec. 1, p. 1323; R.R.S.1943, sec. 81-829.32; Laws 1973, LB
494, sec. 30. Laws 1988, LB961, sec. 1.
81-829.66. Civil defense or disaster; immunity from liability for licensors of shelter
space. Any person owning or controlling real estate or other premises who voluntarily
and without compensation grants a license or privilege, or otherwise permits the desig-
nation or use of the whole or any part or parts of such real estate or premises for the
purpose of sheltering persons during an actual, impending, mock or practice attack or
disaster shall, together with his successors in interest, if any, not be civily liable for
negligently causing the death of, or injury to, any person on or about such real estate or
premises, or loss of, or damage to, the property of such person, at any time such real estate
or premises are actually used for such purpose.
Source: Laws 1963, c. 499, sec. 1, p. 1591; R.R.S.1943, sec. 81-829.35; Laws 1973, LB
494, sec. 31.
81-829.67 and 81-829.68. Repealed. Laws 1976, LB 847, sec. 2.
81-829.69. Disaster emergency; proclaimed by Governor; powers. Whenever the Gov-
ernor has proclaimed a disaster emergency pursuant to section 81-829.40, the Governor
shall be authorized:
(1) to enter into purchase, lease, or other arrangements with any agency of the United
States for temporary housing units to be occupied by disaster victims and to make such
units available to any political subdivisions of the state;
(2) To assist any political subdivision of the state which is the location of temporary
housing for disaster victims to acquire sites necessary for such temporary housing and to
do all things required to prepare such sites to receive and utilize temporary housing units;
(3) Under such regulations as he shall prescribe, to temporarily suspend or modify for
not to exceed sixty days any public health, safety, zoning, transportation, or other require-
ment of law or regulation within this state when by proclamation he deems such suspen-
sion or modification essential to provide temporary housing for disaster victims.
Source: Laws 1975, LB 612, sec. 4.
81-829.70. Temporary housing units; powers of political subdivisions. Any political
subdivision of this state is expressly authorized to acquire, temporarily or permanently,
by purchase, lease, or otherwise, sites required for installation of temporary housing units
for disaster victims, and to enter into whatever arrangements are necessary to prepare or
equip such sites to utilize the housing units.
Source: Laws l975, LB 612, sec. 5.