Former council member Ray Stephens has resigned from the North Texas Municipal Water District Board of Directors.
Sealed proposals addressed to the City of Forney will be received at the Finance Office, located on the first floor of City Hall at 101 E. Main, Forney, Texas 75126, between 8:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. on September 15, 2017, and then opened and read in the conference room
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August 29, 2017
As expected, it has now been confirmed that Forney Council Member Shaun Myers accepted a grand total of $35,271.79 in political contributions from developers in order to finance his campaign to become a Forney city council member.
At the last meeting of the Forney City Council, Economic Development Director Warren Ketteman requested the council extend the city's Performance Agreement with Eno’s Pizza until January 31, 2018.
The Forney City Council recently reviewed plans for a new Thoroughfare Plan which is being designed to alleviate the gridlock traffic motorists are experiencing during peak traffic times.
Weather permitting, the westbound US 80 main lanes will be closed for 15 minute intervals for bridge testing at the Trinity River bridge at FM 460 beginning at 10 p.m.
August 24 and ending no later than 6 a.m. August 25. The operation is scheduled
On Tuesday night August 22, 2017 the Forney City Council will hold the first Public Hearing required for the consideration and passage of the 2018 Fiscal Year Operating Budget, which by law must be approved by October 1, 2017.
A variety of issues which affect the economic infrastructure of Forney will be considered during the deliberation of the budget including the property tax rate, the increase in water and sewer rates and the pay structure and benefits of all city employees.
On Tuesday night after a lengthy Executive Session, the Forney City Council unanimously voted to deny approval of a development agreement with Fox Hollow developer, Jim Bell.
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council retired to Executive Session to seek legal advice on a negotiated agreement with Hunt developers for the Gateway Parks Amenity Center.
As residential developments continue to encroach on all sides of Forney, the citizens need a clear understanding of exactly which developments are within the city limits therefore the responsibility of the City Council and which are not.
Earlier this week, a representative from the International City and County Managers Association (ICMA), spent several days touring and filming promotional videos in Kaufman County.