The City of Dallas learned an off-duty Dallas Firefighter was involved in a collision in Cedar Hill which resulted in the death of a mother and her unborn child.
At the last meeting of the Forney City Council, the hard work and dedication of the Forney Fire Department was officially recognized by the State Fire Marshalls Office for achieving a #1 ISO rating.
At their last meeting the Forney City Council voted unanimously to approve changes to the policies and fees administered at the recently rebuilt Forney Animal Shelter.
Faced with no other legal option, on Tuesday night the Forney City Council voted unanimously to approve the hiring of another Strategic Government Resources employee to temporarily provide Interim City Secretary services.
On Wednesday morning, Mayor Rick Wilson and several members of the City Council gathered at Forney City Hall for a meeting with Assistant City Manager Wendle Medford and TxDOT officials regarding the FM 548 driveway entrance into the proposed Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers.
Pending inclement weather or schedule changes, on Wednesday, Dec. 13, TxDOT will move traffic on the eastbound frontage road between Clements Drive (FM 460) and Pinson Road (FM 740) onto new pavement. The work will require the closure of the Broad Street/eastbound US 80 frontage road intersection for two weeks.
The City of Rockwall is now expanding the level of transparency and accessibility to its nearly 43,000 residents. The City has contracted with Dallas-based Swagit Productions to provide hands-free video streaming of key public meetings.
On Tuesday night, the Forney City Council voted 6-1 to approve the highly controversial site plans for a Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers to be located on the southeast corner of FM 548 and the US Highway 80.
On Friday night the Forney City Council wished the citizens of Forney a Merry Christmas after officially throwing the switch to turn on Forney’s Christmas tree.
Today, with support from conservatives across the 5th Congressional District and endorsed by incumbent Congressman Jeb Hensarling,
During their November 7, 2017 council meeting the Forney City Council listened intently to the results of an employment study which revealed that the city’s entire staff is paid considerably less than those in comparable positions in surrounding cities.