one director appointed by the governing body of the municipality who:
may be a member or other officer of the governing body or an employee of the municipality; and
is not required to be a qualified voter of the district or own land subject to taxation in the district.
The common law doctrine of incompatibility does not disqualify a member or other officer of the governing body or employee of the 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.
Except as provided by Section 8477.052 (Temporary Directors), directors serve staggered four-year terms. A permanent director may not serve more than two four-year terms.Added by Acts 2013, 83rd Leg., R.S., Ch. 1385 (S.B. 1867), Sec. 1, eff. June 14, 2013.