For several months now Forney Council Member Mary Penn has been spearheading the idea of building a connector roadway from Longhorn Street to the westbound US Highway 80 service road.
Constructed entirely of rental properties the taxpayers of Forney receive no residential tax revenue from the residents leasing homes within Brooklyn Village.
At their Wednesday night November 14, 2018 meeting, the Forney Parks and Recreation Department will discuss and consider plans for a new North Side Community Park which currently has an estimated cost ranging between thirty-two and forty-two million dollars.
While Keviah Ealy is no stranger to greatness, it has to be pretty special to be honored with your very own day, especially at the age of 14! At its previous meeting, the Rockwall City Council proclaimed Monday, November 5, as Keviah Ealy Recognition Day.
Running amuck with three members of the elected City Council absent, Tuesday nights council meeting was led by Council Member Mary Penn and incredibly a very interesting
As expected, on Tuesday night the Forney City Council spent more than an hour in Executive Session before reconvening to vote on the approval of a $1,386,838.57 payment to the Texas Department of Public Transportation (TxDOT)
The Forney City Council has packed the November 6, 2018 council agenda with three public hearings, thirteen action items and an Executive Session that is also packed with important decisions that affect the city’s future.
The Dallas Municipal Court is proud to announce a Municipal Courts Week celebration from Nov. 5-9, at the courthouse located at 2014 Main St. Municipal Courts Week is dedicated to recognizing the contributions
Notice is hereby given to all interested persons, that:
The City of Forney, Texas proposes to institute annexation proceedings to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of said city
The City of Forney TIF/TRIZ Board of Directors convened on Thursday night to again hear the results and recommendations of economic development consultant David Hawes, Managing Partner of McCall Gibson Swedlund & Barefoot PLLC, in regard to the Gateway Project’s multi-million dollar price tag.
The taxpayers of Forney are clearly struggling to understand the purposed development direction being taken by the Forney City Council and their favorite longtime land developer, Petro-Hunt President Herbert Hunt.
In April 2018 it was revealed to the taxpayers of Forney that the City of Forney is $44,249,226.98 in debt to Petro-Hunt land developers in connection to infrastructure improvements made to the Gateway Project (Meadow Ridge Farms).