ARTICLE I: Name
The name of this organization shall be the PID 6 Advisory Board.
ARTICLE II: Articles of Organization
The articles of this organization shall be the bylaws of this organization.
ARTICLE III: Purpose
The purpose of the PID 6 Advisory Board is to perform the duties as outlined in Chapter 372 of the Local Government Code of the State of Texas.
ARTICLE IV: Membership
Section 1. Membership of the PID 6 Advisory Board is limited to property owners whose primary residence is within PID 6.
Section 2. The PID 6 Advisory Board shall consist of seven persons, each residing within and representing one of the seven districts in PID 6 who shall be known as a director.
Section 3. No person shall be appointed as a director if any assessment against the lot is more than thirty days delinquent at the time of the appointment, provided he or she has been given notice of the delinquency and a reasonable opportunity to cure it.
Section 4. Directors shall be appointed by a majority vote of the PID 6 Advisory Board, composed of seven members. Applications for appointment to the PID 6 Advisory Board shall be solicited by the management company from property owners within each of the seven districts where a vacancy exists or where an appointee's term has expired.
Section 5. To maintain staggered terms, at the appointment made October 1st, 2008 the three directors residing in even numbered districts shall be appointed for a term of one year. Thereafter all terms shall be for two years. When a director's term expires, they may be appointed again for another term; a term is from October 1 – September 30.
Section 6. A Director may be removed with a minimum of four votes to remove that Director.
Section 7. A Director may resign in good standing by sending a letter of resignation to the secretary and the PID 6 manager.
Section8. Vacancies on the PID 6 Advisory Board shall be filled by an appointment made by the PID 6 Advisory Board for the remainder of the term.
Section 9. A Director in good standing shall be entitled to one vote at meetings. There shall be no voting by proxy.
ARTICLE V: Officers
Section 1. The officers of the PID 6 Advisory Board shall be a president, a vice-president and a secretary.
Section 2. Duties of Officers.
Section 3. The officers shall be elected in the month of October by the members of the PID 6 Advisory Board. Terms of officer positions shall be one year. They shall take office after the election, and will serve until the PID 6 Advisory Board meeting held the next October. A majority vote shall elect.
Section 4. There is no limit to the number of terms an officer may serve in the same position, providing they are so elected by the PID 6 Advisory Board.
Section 5. Vacancies shall be filled by an appointment made by the PID 6 Advisory Board for the remainder of the term.
ARTICLE VI: Meetings
Section 1. Meetings of the PID 6 Advisory Board will be held as determined by the PID 6 Advisory Board.
Section 2. At meetings of the PID 6 Advisory Board, four of the seven existing directors constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and the acts of the four of seven directors present at a meeting at which a quorum is present are the acts of the PID 6 Advisory Board.
Section 2.1 At any time if there are less than four filled positions of the PID 6 Advisory Board, the remaining members will constitute a quorum for the purpose of appointing lot owners to the PID 6 Advisory Board so that a quorum can be met.
Section 3. The PID 6 Annual Meeting will be held in the month of August. All lot owners will be notified of the meeting. The meeting will be for the purpose of presenting the proposed Five Year Service Plan and the proposed PID 6 Budget. There is no quorum for the PID 6 Annual Meeting.
ARTICLE VII: Committees
Section 1. The PID 6 Advisory Board will develop Standing and Special Committees as needed.
Section 2. The PID 6 Advisory Board will approve appointments to Standing Committees
ARTICLE VIII: Parliamentary Authority
The rules contained in the current edition of Robert's Rules Order Newly Revised shall govern the PID 6 Advisory Board in all cases in which they are applicable and in which they are not in conflict with these bylaws.
ARTICLE IX: Amendments
Section 1. These bylaws may be amended with a minimum of four votes of the members of the PID 6 Advisory Board, with no previous notice.
Section 2. Amendments to these bylaws take effect at the meeting they are adopted.
ARTICLE X: Removal of Management Company
The PID 6 Advisory Board shall report to the City of Fort Worth PID Administrator any failure to perform, conflict of interest, or other information relating to PID 6 that might be cause for removal of the management company with a minimum of four votes of the members of the PID 6 Advisory Board.