Brooks and Metz Join Forces at the North Texas Municipal Water District

On Tuesday night Forney Assistant City Manager, Leigh Corson alluded to the recent resignation of Public Works Director Chris Metz when she requested the council appoint a replacement for Metz on the Fox Hollow Planned Improvement District Board of Directors. During the closing comments portion of the meeting, City Manager James Fisher officially announced Metz resignation.

Read more ...

Forney City Council Gets Down to Business

On Tuesday night after welcoming new City Manager James Fisher and new City Attorney Jon Thatcher to their positions, the City Council got down to business by reviewing the 2017 Operating Budget, indefinitely tabling the Raising Cane's site plans and by finalizing the city’s very lucrative settlement with Luminant.

Read more ...

Forney P&Z Commission Approves Office Building Next to Aldi

On Thursday evening the Forney Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved a 9,400 square foot building to be built next to the Aldi grocery store, near the intersection of F.M. 548 and Ridgecrest Road.

Local developer Forney 548 Retail LLC, recently requested P&Z Commission approval to construct the building which is tentatively named the Ridgecrest Center Addition.

Read more ...

Secretary of State Kicks Off Vote Texas Campaign

Texas Secretary of State Carlos H. Cascos unveiled the state’s voter education campaign today to a University of Texas at Austin undergraduate American history class of future and first-time voters. '

Vote Texas is a statewide, bilingual effort to engage voters through the Nov. 8 general election about the state’s photo ID requirements and additional options for voters who cannot obtain an approved photo ID, mandated by court order.

“I’m excited to kick off Vote Texas with these first-time and future voters who are the cornerstone of our democracy,” Cascos said.

Read more ...

Superintendent McWilliams Discusses FISD Growth Plans at Chamber Luncheon

On Thursday afternoon the members of the Forney Chamber of Commerce enjoyed a delicious lunch before listening as FISD Superintendent, Suzanne McWilliams detail plans for accommodating expected growth.

While explaining the objectives of the districts “Master Planning for Education 3.0", Superintendent McWilliams stated “Let’s talk about Capacity and Utilization.

Read more ...

Classified Ad Search


You have lots of room to
Place your content here
& a small logo 50px X 50px


More content can go
here with anything
you need to convey.

Latest News