Unfortunately the worst fear of Forney taxpayer’s was realized on Thursday evening when the City Council publicly received audit results confirming that the developer of the Gateway Project is requesting repayment of $44,249,226.98 in infrastructure cost.
On Thursday afternoon the members of the Forney Chamber of Commerce were provided an in-depth update on the current status of retail growth in the city by Forney Economic Development Executive Director Warren Ketteman.
On Tuesday night Forney’s Interim City Manager Wendle Medford provided the council with an update on the progress being made on the reconstruction of Redbud Street.
On Tuesday night during his bi-monthly City Manager’s Report, Interim City Manager Wendle Medford announced that the Council will hold a joint meeting with the TIF Board on Thursday evening April 12, 2018.
After years of covert spending and awarding contracts that didn’t adhere to fair bidding practices, the Forney City Council has finally taken a giant step towards self-regulation
The community of Forney and the Forney Independent School District continue to experience a great deal of growth in population and student enrollment.
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council contemplated approval of final site plans for the Trinity Crossing sub-division proposed to be located on FM 460 (Clements Road).
On Tuesday night, March 20, 2018 at 6:30 pm the Forney City Council will consider final approval of the Trinity Crossing sub-division, which is proposed to be built on FM 460 (Clements Road).
Earlier this month the Forney P&Z Commission reluctantly approved site plans for Trinity Crossing, a residential neighborhood that will consist of 215 Cracker-Jack style houses built on 33.186 acres.
As Forney residents can see in the below site plans and video,
At their last meeting, the Forney City Council discussed design plans for a thoroughfare roadway to be built to connect the currently enclosed Brooklyn Village sub-division with the US Highway 80 service road.