On Saturday afternoon with rain clouds hovering overhead, Mayor Rick Wilson along with Mayor Pro-tem Ray Stephens and Council Member Scott Regan very boldly endorsed Place 2 Candidate Cheryl Ballard and Place 4 Candidate Jimmy Hanks for election in the upcoming May General Election.
Speaking to a large group of voters at a block party style reception hosted by Grayhawk HOA President Ann Inlow; Wilson, Stephens and Regan are reaching out to their supporters across the city to explain why they are endorsing candidate’s Ballard and Hanks.READ MORE...
On Tuesday night Forney City Manager James Fisher requested the council amend the 2017 Operating Budget to allow for additional City Hall staffing.
Addressing the council from the podium, City Manager Fisher stated “What we’re asking for this evening is that we hire some additional personnel this year.
Early voting for the May 6, 2017 General Election will start on Monday, and the voters of Forney are being supplied a great deal of information about the new candidates seeking election to the City Council.
Because Place 2 Council Member Ray Stephens and Place 4 Council Member Scott Regan each declined to seek re-election; two brand new council members
On Tuesday evening the Forney City Council unanimously approved a revised Conditional Use Permit (CUP) needed by RideNow Powersports to complete minor renovations to the unoccupied Village South building in lieu of the previously planned $5 million dollar build out.
On Tuesday night Forney Councilman Scott Regan made council history when he officially made motion to appoint Mayor Pro-tem Ray Stephens to be one of the city’s two appointees to the North Texas Municipal Water District Board of Directors.
In advance of PowerTalk 21 Day on April 21st and during Alcohol Awareness Month this April, Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) and National Presenting Sponsor Nationwide® are equipping parents with Power of Parents®
Forney ISD recently announced new principals for three schools for the 2017-2018 school year.
The District announced that Dr. Pam Luttrul, currently the Principal at Lewis Elementary School, will be the new Principal at Brown Middle School.
Forney ISD is dedicated to creating and building a strong partnership and working relationship with students, parents, local businesses and the community to increase opportunities for students and to enhance the education programs in the District.
Kaufman County, Texas Commissioner Jakie Allen has been appointed to serve a one-year term on the National Association of Counties (NACo) Agriculture and Rural Affairs Policy Steering Committee. Allen is one of two county officials from Texas serving on this committee.
With the May General Election quickly approaching, the Forney Chamber of Commerce hosted a Candidate’s Night forum at Forney High School on Thursday evening and after numerous infrastructure based questions, an interesting audience question closed out the evening with a bang.
While gathered for their monthly luncheon on Thursday afternoon, Chamber of Commerce members listened intently as Dave Embry, Sales Counselor and Community Manager for Highland Homes presented a historical evaluation of the DFW real estate market.
On Saturday morning the City of Forney hosted two very important commemorative Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies; one to officially acknowledge the completion of the Gateway Bridge project and one to officially open Forney Fire Station #2.
The City of Forney recently reached an agreement with Markout Water Supply Corporation (WSC) to provide maintenance services for the Markout WSC system.