On Tuesday night the taxpayers of Forney received a slight reprieve from the excessive spending of the Forney City Council when the council voted 4-1 to appoint Assistant City Manager Wendle Medford to be the Interim City Manager while they continue searching for a compatible City Manager.
As early voting begins, I wanted to share with you an incredible opportunity I had this past weekend. It was an honor to be invited for a private meeting with Vice President Mike Pence to discuss the future of our country and the momentum of our campaign.
On Tuesday evening the Kaufman County Republican Party held the last of three candidate forums formatted to introduce their candidates to the voters, and this event specifically highlighted the candidates seeking election as State and US House Representative and Texas State Senator.
Currently under contract with Strategic Government Resources (SGR) to provide city manager services to the City of Forney; Paul Stevens has announced that he has accepted permanent employment as the Deputy City Manager for the City of Rowlett.
City of Forney Finance Director Deborah Wortham recently provided the Council with a quarterly update on the 2018 Operational Budget.
Although for years transparency has often been vague at City Hall, the Forney City Council will soon begin live stream broadcasting of their bi-monthly meetings via the city’s website.
The city has contracted Swagit Productions to provide video streaming of all council meetings, therefore in preparation for this new and exciting change; city staff has purchased
On Thursday night the Forney ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved $114,000 to purchase 250 new band uniforms for the Forney High School Marching Band for the upcoming school year.
Early on Thursday afternoon Kaufman County Judge Bruce Wood publicly released a Letter to Texas Governor Greg Abbott conveying his deepest concerns over the manner in which Senator Bob Hall has “potentially caused great harm” to the citizens of Kaufman County.
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.