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Sec. 2-405. Emergency Powers. <br /> <br /> In the event of the proclamation of a disaster or emergency <br />as herein provided, or the proclamation of a state of disaster <br />or extreme emergency by the governor or any person who may <br />lawfully issue such proclamation, the director is empowered to: <br /> <br />(1) Make and issue rules and regulations on matters reasonably <br /> related to the protection of life and property as <br /> affected by such disaster; provided, however, such <br /> rules and regulations must be confirmed at the <br /> earliest practicable time by the city council. <br /> <br />(2) <br /> <br />Obtain vital supplies, equipment and such other prop- <br /> erties found lacking and needed for the protection <br /> of the life and property of the people, and bind the <br /> city for the fair value thereof, and, if required <br /> immediately, to commandeer the same for public use. <br /> <br />(3) <br /> <br />Require emergency services of any city officer or <br /> employee, and, if city forces are deemed inadequate, <br /> require aid of as many citizens of this community <br /> as are deemed necessary in the execution of these <br /> duties; such persons shall be entitled to all <br /> privileges, benefits, and immunities as are provided <br /> by state law for registered civil defense and disaster <br /> worker volunteers. <br /> <br />(4) Requisition necessary personnel or material of any city <br /> department or agency. <br /> <br />(5) <br /> <br />Execute all of his ordinary powers as city manager, all <br /> of the special powers conferred upon him by this <br /> division or by resolution adopted pursuant thereto, <br /> all powers conferred upon him by any statute, agree- <br /> ment approved by the city council, or by any other <br /> lawful authority, and in conformity with Section 38791 <br /> of the Government Code, to exercise complete authority <br /> over the city and to exercise all police power vested <br /> in the city by the Constitution and general laws. <br /> <br />Sec. <br /> <br /> 2-406. Disaster Plan. <br />(1) The disaster plan approved by the city council shall <br /> provide for the full utilization of all city resources, <br /> both human and material, as necessary to carry out <br /> the purposes of this Part. It shall be consistent <br /> with the State of california and national civil <br /> defense plans. <br /> <br />(2) <br /> <br />Assignment of emergency duties and functions shall be <br /> set forth in the plan for all city agencies and <br /> employees. <br /> <br />(3) <br /> <br />Amendments to the plan shall be placed on file with the <br /> city council by the director. Such amendments shall <br /> be effective upon filing and acceptance of the amend- <br /> ments by the city council. <br /> <br />(4) <br /> <br />assigning disaster duties and functions to city <br />agencies and personnel, the director shall place such <br />responsibilities in order to utilize to best advantage <br />the inherent competencies already existing in the <br />governmental structure. When the requisite competency <br />for a f~lnction is not available within the city <br />government, the director is authorized to seek assis- <br />tance on a volunteer basis from persons outside of <br />government. The assignment of duties, when of a <br /> <br />-3- <br /> <br /> <br />