Last week the Forney Area Networking Group (FANG) held their weekly luncheon at Rio Lerma Mexican Restaurant where Keynote Speaker Mayor Rick Wilson casually spoke with a group of local business owners about the current state of development in Forney.
Mayor Wilson briefed the group on several projects currently underway in the city, before spending time answering questions and discussing ideas for Forney’s future.
Last week the Terrell ISD hit a grand slam with the opening of the TISD Excel Center for Enhanced Learning (ExCEL).
On Tuesday night the City of Forney slipped just a little further down the rabbit hole when former mayor Darrell Grooms joined the designated media table during the City Council meeting.
Clearly unable to establish zoning requirements sufficient enough to prevent developers from making Forney a wasteland of tiny homes and apartment complexes, Council Member Shaun Myers recently decided the city needs to amend
Last week the City Council took a giant step forward in communicationing with the youth of Forney, when they unanimously approved a resolution officially forming the Forney Youth Advisory Council.
Earlier this month the Forney Planning & Zoning Commission denied approval on the final plat for Gateway Parks Phase 7. Therefore on Tuesday night the Forney City Council was legally required to take the plat request under consideration for final approval.
When classes resume following the summer break, both North Forney High School and Forney High School will be under new leadership with the addition of two new principals starting with the 2018-19 school year.
Forney ISD announced the hiring of a new Athletic Coordinator and Head Football Coach for Forney High School on Tuesday, April 24, 2018.
On Tuesday evening during the delivery of his bi-monthly City Manager’s Report, Interim City Manager Wendle Medford delivered an informative public announcement about an upcoming meeting before providing the council with several project updates.
Last week Forney Police Chief Rob Sherwin requested council approval to change the current speed limits on north and south FM 548 in response to the most recent Texas Department of Public Safety speed zone study of the busy thoroughfare.