After four months on the job, last week Forney City Manager James Fisher detailed for the City Council his reasoning for “reorganizing the departmental structure” currently used at City Hall.
City Manager Fisher explained that he is looking at reorganizing the departmental structure to minimize the direct reports to the City Manager, and to provide for a more efficient means to accomplish stated goals and objectives.
Forney City Manager James Fisher recently provided the City Council with an update on progress being made to build a new parking lot adjacent to the Mulberry Park baseball fields.
Addressing the council, City Manager Fisher explained that Parks and Recreation staff and the city engineer are working to prepare
On January 12, 2017, City staff received notification that a City employee at the Forney Fire Department has been diagnosed with mumps. Since being informed of the diagnosis, the City has disinfected the fire station in question and are notifying those who are believed to be in contact with this employee.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that a potentially dangerous child predator is behind bars thanks to the work of the Child Exploitation Unit (CEU) of his office, in cooperation with several other law enforcement agencies.
Joining a coalition of 23 states led by West Virginia, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court supporting the Gloucester County School Board in a lawsuit over Title IX bathroom regulations.
A transgender student sued the school board after they were given the options
Kaitlyn Adams, a senior at Forney High School competed this past weekend at Texas A & M Commerce in the final round of auditions for the Texas Music Educator’s All State Choir which will perform at the annual TMEA convention on February 11th in San Antonio.
Listed as Action Item #4 on the City Council’s Tuesday night agenda, Forney City Manager James Fisher spent considerable time reviewing and elaborating on a long list of projects and developments that he referred to as “Opportunities for 2017”.
On Tuesday night the City Council recognized by official Proclamation, Forney resident Jaycee Lanae Bissell for “her dedication, hard work and service to her community”.
Republican Lance Gooden was sworn into office on the first day of the 85th Session of the Texas Legislature. Surrounded by friends, family, and supporters, Gooden presented his broad policy goals for the year.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today issued the following statement in recognition of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.