In November 2015, the Forney City Council held their first ever joint meeting with the Forney ISD Board of Directors and at that time the consensus from both governing bodies was to build a relationship of mutual respect and assistance for the benefit of the entire community.
Because these two entities, the City Council and the FISD Board of Directors, are comprised of elected officials who have no reason to politically compete, one would hope that politics would not play a factor in the decisions these individuals make as they represent Forney.READ MORE...
The City of Forney will hold the official Grand Opening festivities for the city’s new animal shelter on October 7, 2017, and area pet lovers are invited to stop by and adopt a new friend.
On Thursday, September 21, 2017, 2017, at approximately 11:57AM, Rockwall Police responded to a family violence call involving an aggravated assault in the 300 Block of Lake Meadows Drive.
Forney taxpayers may very well get out their pitchforks and protest signs after forcibly swallowing the price tag attached to the politically motivated decision recently made by Council Member's Mary Penn, Shaun Myers, Robbie Powers and Kevin Moon.
At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting twenty residents from the Windmill Farms sub-division stepped up to plead with the council not to approve a 272 unit apartment complex proposed to be built right between the main entrance to their development and the Forney city limits.
Having voted 4-3 to terminate the employment of former City Manager James Fisher, the Forney City Council has now entered into a seven page Severance and General Release Agreement which provides Fisher with a lump sum payment of $213,928.00.
During Tuesday night’s city council meeting, Forney Police Chief Rob Sherwin recognizes two members of the police department, Detective Sandra Rankin and Senior Dispatcher Paula Fitzgerald, for their individual volunteer efforts to assist the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Children of all ages will have the opportunity to create mini masterpieces at the City of Richardson’s Cottonwood Art Festival, to be held October 7-8, 2017.
Dallas District 3 Council member Casey Thomas is teaming up with local community organizations to create a book drive for Hurricane Harvey evacuees residing in Dallas’ Mega-Shelter.
A Post Editorial
Nothing would make me happier than to be able to report to the community in which I belong, that all is well in our house. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth.