A few months ago it was revealed that the City of Forney has accumulated a $44,248,226.98 debt to Petro-Hunt developers for infrastructure improvements associated with the Gateway development project.
Since that time, many Forney residents have asked for more information about which council members were responsible for approving the Tax Incentive Finance Agreement reached between the City of Forney and Petro-Hunt land developers.READ MORE...
Earlier this year in an attempt to prevent the public from following the ongoing projects of the Forney Economic Development Corporation, upon the advice of City Attorney Jon Thatcher, EDC Director Warren Ketteman began using secret “code names” for EDC funded projects.
The EDC Board of Directors and the City Council want to be able to contemplate, without revealing their true intentions to the scrutiny of the community, EDC projects such as
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council is expected to once again attempt to turn back time by non-renewing the board appointments of several Forney P&Z Commissioners.
According to their official agenda, the Forney City Council is expected to vote on several P&Z Commission and EDC Board of Director appointments near the end of their Tuesday night meeting.
Heritage Land Bank is pleased to announce that it has promoted Heath Gattis to Chief Financial Officer. In his new role, Gattis will develop and implement Heritage Land Bank’s financial strategies in an effort to enhance profitability and the company’s position in the market.
In addition, Gattis will provide financial analysis and expertise in operating and monitoring various customer and association loan programs.
One Forney, Texas resident received her degree during Oklahoma Baptist University’s Spring Commencement Friday, May 18, in Raley Chapel’s Potter Auditorium on the OBU campus in Shawnee. The University conferred degrees upon 288 graduates during the ceremony.
The graduate, with academic major and scholastic predicates, is Morgan Williams, family and community service, magna cum laude.
Next month Eno’s Pizza Tavern will mark the 10th anniversary of its opening in the Bishop Arts District with a week-long celebration July 8-15 that will include special menu items, giveaways and live music.
The Regional Transportation Council on Thursday approved $15.46 million in federal funding toward the reconstruction and widening of a two-mile stretch of East Bear Creek Road in Glenn Heights from two lanes to four lanes with sidewalks.