Local Gov't Code Section 303.035
(a)A corporation’s affairs are governed by a board of directors composed of at least three individuals appointed by the sponsor’s governing body. Directors may be divided into classes.
(b)A director serves for a term of not more than six years. The terms of directors of different classes may be of different lengths.
(c)A director holds office for the term to which the director is appointed and until a successor is appointed and has qualified.
(d)The sponsor’s governing body may remove a director for cause or at any time without cause.
(e)A director serves without compensation but is entitled to reimbursement for actual expenses incurred in the performance of duties under this chapter.
(f)A director has the same immunity from liability as is granted under the laws of this state to a member of the sponsor’s governing body if the director was acting in good faith and in the course and scope of the duties or functions within the corporation.
Section 303.035 — Board,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/LG/htm/LG.303.htm#303.035 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).