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26-307 - Power of counties, cities, towns and state agencies designated by the governor to make orders, rules and regulations; procedure
26-307. Power of counties, cities, towns and state agencies designated by the governor to make orders, rules and regulations; procedure
A. State agencies when designated by the governor, and counties, cities and towns may make, amend and rescind orders, rules and regulations necessary for emergency functions but such shall not be inconsistent with orders, rules and regulations promulgated by the governor.
B. Any order, rule or regulation issued by the governing body of a county or other political subdivision of the state is effective when a copy is filed in the office of the clerk of the political subdivision. Existing laws, ordinances, orders, rules and regulations in conflict with this chapter or orders, rules or regulations issued under authority of this chapter are suspended during the time and to the extent that they conflict.
C. In a state of war emergency, counties, cities and towns may waive procedures and formalities otherwise required by law pertaining to the performance of public work, entering into contracts, incurring obligations, employing permanent and temporary workers, utilizing volunteer workers, renting equipment, purchasing and distributing supplies, materials and facilities and appropriating and expending public funds when such governmental entity determines and declares that strict compliance with such procedures and formalities may prevent, hinder or delay mitigation of the effects of the state of war emergency.
D. In the absence of specific authority in state emergency plans and programs, the governing body of each county, city and town of the state shall take emergency measures as deemed necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter.