Nebraska Revised Statute 69-1701
Outdoor advertising sign; removal by public body; compensation; how determined; exception.
(1) Before an outdoor advertising sign, display, or device is removed, taken, or appropriated through the use of zoning or any other power or authority possessed by the state, a state agency, or a political subdivision of the state:
(a) The value of the sign, display, or device shall be determined by the taking entity without the use of any amortization schedule; and
(b) The owners of the sign, display, or device shall be paid the fair and reasonable market value for such removal, taking, or appropriation, which fair and reasonable market value shall be based upon the depreciated reproduction cost of such sign, display, or device using as a guideline the Nebraska Sign Schedule developed and used by the Department of Transportation, except that, when feasible, the taking entity may elect to relocate such sign, display, or device, in which event the owners of the sign, display, or device shall be paid the actual and necessary relocation cost therefor.
(2) Subsection (1) of this section shall not apply to:
(b) The removal, taking, or appropriation of a sign, display, or device which (i) is insecurely fixed or inadequately maintained such that the sign, display, or device constitutes a danger to the public health or safety, or (ii) has been abandoned or no longer used by the owners for at least six months.
- Laws 1981, LB 241, § 1;
- Laws 1995, LB 264, § 35;
- Laws 2017, LB339, § 244.