2010 Michigan Compiled Laws
Chapter 30 - CIVILIAN DEFENSE
Act 390 of 1976 - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACT (30.401 - 30.421)
Section 30.418 - Disaster contingency fund; creation; administration; accounting; appropriation; expenditures; reimbursement.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 390 of 1976

30.418 Disaster contingency fund; creation; administration; accounting; appropriation; expenditures; reimbursement.

Sec. 18.

(1) A disaster contingency fund is created and shall be administered by the director. An annual accounting of expenditures under this act shall be made to the legislature and the legislature shall annually appropriate sufficient funds to maintain the fund at a level not to exceed $750,000.00 and not less than $30,000.00.

(2) The director may expend money from the disaster contingency fund upon appropriation for the purpose of paying necessary and reasonable overtime, travel, and subsistence expenses incurred by an employee of an agency of the state acting at the direction of the director in a disaster or emergency related operation, and, with the concurrence of the governor or the governor's designated representative, for other needs required for the mitigation of the effects of, or in response to, a disaster or emergency.

(3) The director may place directly in the disaster contingency fund a reimbursement for expenditures out of the fund received from the federal government, or another source.

(4) If a state of major disaster or emergency is declared by the president of the United States, and when authorized by the governor, an expenditure from the fund may be made by the director upon appropriation to pay the state's matching share of grants as provided by the disaster relief act of 1974, Public Law 93-288, 88 Stat. 143.


History: 1976, Act 390, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 1976 ;-- Am. 1990, Act 50, Imd. Eff. Apr. 6, 1990

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