Forney Mayor Rick Wilson has issued a statement on the recent sale of the 212 South Bois d'Arc building in downtown Forney. His statement, in its entirety, is being published for review by the taxpayers of Forney.
On Tuesday evening the members of the Forney City Council voted unanimously to approve the official minutes to their January Council Retreat, without requesting any additional information be added regarding the actual conversations that transpired during the two day retreat.
On Thursday night the Forney Planning & Zoning Commission voted their approval of a new zoning ordinance that defines, regulates and provides for the operation of a microbrewery in downtown Forney.
Congressman Jeb Hensarling is asking students across the 5th Congressional District to help honor the service and sacrifice of veterans by participating in the annual Valentines for Vets program.
Hensarling hopes to make his final “Valentines for Veterans” drive the largest contribution from the 5th District of Texas yet.
Kaufman County Republican’s attended Thursday evenings Candidate’s Forum in mass to hear directly from the candidates seeking election in the quickly approaching March Primary.
The voters of Forney will soon have the opportunity to speak their minds and clean up their city council as three pivotal positions on the Forney City Council become available for election.
On Tuesday evening the Forney City Council held a joint workshop with the Forney Economic Development Board of Directors in order to review the EDC’s Strategic Plan for growth and development throughout the city.
On Tuesday evening the Forney City Council refused to take action to pass, deny or table an ordinance recommendation by the Forney Planning and Zoning Commission that is intended to improve the appearance of residential fencing throughout the city.
At their January meeting the Forney ISD Board of Trustees approved a resolution expressing their official intent to reimburse the cost of a construction associated with converting Rhea and Smith Elementary Schools into 5th and 6th grade intermediate campuses.
During the January meeting of the Forney ISD Board of Trustees, the results of the school boards annual self-evaluation were disclosed and it was revealed that school board member’s feel their performance only “needs improvement” in one area.
Because several hot political races are on the horizon, on Thursday night Kaufman County voters were presented with the first of several candidate forums that will provide voter’s with information about the candidates seeking election in the March Primary.