On Saturday morning the Forney Animal Shelter officially opened its doors with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony followed by a cupcake reception and tours of the new state-of-the-art animal shelter.
Mayor Rick Wilson held his October “Coffee with the Mayor” breakfast meeting at Huddle House in Forney on Saturday morning,
Mayor Rick Wilson, the only elected official on the Forney City Council willing to openly discuss the issues affecting our community, will host his fourth consecutive “Coffee with the Mayor” breakfast meeting on Saturday morning October 7, 2017 from 9 to 10 am.
The October “Coffee with the Mayor” will be held a Huddle House located at 426 FM 548, in the Shaffer Plaza at Mustang Crossing Shopping Center.
Because the residents of Forney are now being forced to watch history repeat itself, it’s worth explaining why their City Council has again hired
For the past few months the taxpayers of Forney have heard Mayor Rick Wilson express grave concern over the reimbursement requests
In an effort to again overlook a costly error made by former City Manager Brian Brooks, the Forney Council recently decided to simply ignore
The Keynote Speaker at the September monthly luncheon of the Forney Chamber of Commerce was State Representative Lance Gooden, who delivered an informative speech on several pieces of legislation recently passed at the Texas Capital.
The City of Forney will hold the official Grand Opening festivities for the city’s new animal shelter on October 7, 2017, and area pet lovers are invited to stop by and adopt a new friend.
In November 2015, the Forney City Council held their first ever joint meeting with the Forney ISD Board of Directors and at that time the consensus from both governing bodies was to build a relationship of mutual respect and assistance for the benefit of the entire community.
Because these two entities, the City Council and the FISD Board of Directors, are comprised of elected officials who have no reason to politically compete, one would hope that politics would not play a factor in the decisions these individuals make as they represent Forney.
Forney taxpayers may very well get out their pitchforks and protest signs after forcibly swallowing the price tag
At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting twenty residents from the Windmill Farms sub-division stepped up to plead with the council not to approve a 272 unit apartment complex proposed to be built right between the main entrance to their development and the Forney city limits.