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45-1505 - Operation and maintenance of flood warning system
45-1505. Operation and maintenance of flood warning system
A. The local entity with an intergovernmental agreement with the director regarding a component of a flood warning system is responsible for the operation and maintenance of that component.
B. The director may provide training, technical assistance and ongoing oversight to the local entity responsible for a component of the flood warning system.
C. If maintenance of a component of the flood warning system is required and the local entity with an intergovernmental agreement with the director for that component does not complete the required maintenance within fifteen days of written notice of the required maintenance from the director, the director may complete the required maintenance.
D. In the director's sole discretion, the director may charge a local entity for the costs actually incurred in completing required maintenance or providing ongoing oversight of the operation and maintenance of a component of the flood warning system. On behalf of the department, the attorney general may commence whatever actions are necessary to collect payment of charges imposed pursuant to this subsection.