(a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), the district is governed by a board of five
(b) If required under the terms of the agreement, ordinance, or resolution by which
a municipality consents to the creation of the district, the board consists of:
(1) four elected directors; and
(2) one director appointed by the governing body of the municipality.
(c) A director appointed under Subsection (b)(2) is not required to be a qualified
voter of the district or to own land subject to taxation in the district.
(d) Except as provided by Section 8384.052, directors serve staggered four-year terms. A permanent director may not serve more than two four-year terms.
(e) The common law doctrine of incompatibility does not disqualify an official or
employee of a municipality from being appointed a director by the governing body of
a municipality under Subsection (b)(2), and a director appointed to the board may
continue to serve in a public office of or be employed by the municipality.
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