(a) The governor may remove a director from office for:
(2) neglect of duty;
(3) misconduct in office; or
(4) absence from three consecutive regular board meetings.
(b) Before a director is removed from office, the board shall call and hold a hearing
on the charges against the director, and the director is entitled to appear at the
hearing and present evidence to show why the director should not be removed from office.
(c) Not later than the 30th day before the date of the hearing, the board shall give
the accused director notice of:
(1) the charges against the director; and
(2) the time and place for the hearing.
(d) An affirmative vote of not fewer than four of the directors is required to approve
a recommendation for removal.
(e) A recommendation for removal shall be forwarded to the governor for the governor's
consideration and action as provided by this section. (Acts 69th Leg., 1st C.S., Ch. 3, Sec. 6(f).)
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