This morning, Place One Forney City Council Member, Cory McGee, released the below statement to the citizens of Forney on The Forney Post Facebook page.
Council Member McGee responded to the below video tape of several citizens confronting Council Member Shaun Myers immediately after Monday nights meeting, and within his statement he discusses the city’s relationship with the North Texas Municipal Water District.
Council Member McGee’s words are freely published verbatim, for the benefit of all the citizens of Forney, Texas.READ MORE...
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that his agency will assist Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson in her ongoing investigation into allegations of widespread voter fraud in Dallas County precincts.
At a press conference at the Frank Crowley Courts Building in Dallas, Attorney General Paxton told reporters that District Attorney Johnson requested help
Establishing a well-earned reputation, the Forney Community Band again presented a lively, patriotic and spiritual performance before a large crowd at the Spellman Amphitheater on Saturday night.
Beginning at eight o’clock, the heat of the day had begun to subside and those attending the free concert in the park seemed to really enjoy the music as many families shared picnic dinners.
The Forney Police Department is seeking the public’s help with any additional information regarding an ongoing investigation.
On May 27th, 2017 at 12:04 am, Forney Police received a concern for welfare call regarding the driver of a UPS truck stopped alongside the roadway at WB US Hwy 80 just before the FM 548 exit.
While enroute, Forney Police received multiple calls about someone on the ground
On June 24 and 25, a young group of residents from Forney took part in the USA Weightlifting Youth National Championships held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Representing the CrossFit Forney Kids Program, 20 Mustang Ct., were
After conducting a very short Special Meeting, newly nominated Mayor Pro-tem Mary Penn and Council Members Robbie Powers, Kevin Moon and Shaun Myers were literally escorted from City Hall after a large group of angry citizens began shouting at them after they voted to continue with the termination of the Markout Water Supply Maintenance Contract.
Many citizens of Forney are more than a little concerned over the current state of argument among the City Council in regard to the various water districts which surround Forney, and exactly how these districts affect the city’s economy.
The simplest way to understand the dilemma is to first recognize the fact that the City of Forney is in the business of selling water to thousands of homeowners living along the city’s border.
Attempting to turn back time to the days when the City Council regularly dismissed the Open Meetings Act as if it did not apply to them; on Tuesday night Forney citizens packed city hall to listen in awe as council member’s Mary Penn, Robbie Powers, Kevin Moon and Shaun Myers were confronted by several citizens regarding their termination of the Markout Water Supply Maintenance Agreement.
In a world where money rules it’s easy to fathom how political favor can be purchased, and even easier to understand how small town politicians can be cheap, easy and susceptible to corporate executives and land developers who would seek to profit from the growth of a quickly developing community.