(a) The district is governed by a board of 15 directors appointed as provided by this
(b) Directors serve two-year terms.
(c) A director must be a qualified voter of the district.
(d) The persons designated by Subsections (e), (f), (g), and (h) shall appoint directors
in January to fill vacancies caused by the expiration of directors' terms. The district shall mail notice regarding the necessity of an appointment to the
persons designated by Subsections (e), (f), (g), and (h) not later than the 20th day
before the date of the board's January meeting.
(e) The mayor of each of the following municipalities shall appoint a director from
the mayor's respective municipality:
(2) Missouri City;
(4) Sugar Land;
(5) Rosenberg; and
(f) The Commissioners Court of Fort Bend County shall appoint:
(1) two directors who represent agricultural interests and live in an unincorporated
(2) two directors who represent industrial interests; and
(3) two directors who represent business interests.
(g) The mayors of Fort Bend County municipalities other than those listed in Subsection
(e) shall appoint one director jointly.
(h) The board of directors of the North Fort Bend Water Authority shall appoint two
(i) The directors shall serve staggered terms as follows:
(1) five members appointed under Subsection (e) and four members appointed under Subsection
(f) shall serve terms expiring on January 1 of odd-numbered years; and
(2) one member appointed under Subsection (e), two members appointed under Subsection
(f), one member appointed under Subsection (g), and two members appointed under Subsection
(h) shall serve terms expiring on January 1 of even-numbered years.
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