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.
A Post Editorial
On Saturday morning Forney’s newest political puppet, Council Member Shaun Myers, was joined by one High Point Water Supply employee, two High Point Water Supply Board Members and two political activists in spreading their entitled opinions on several issues currently plaguing our community.
Seeking to directly communicate with the citizens about issues important to the community, on Saturday morning Mayor Rick Wilson held his second monthly “Coffee with the Mayor” community discussion at Alfredo’s Steakhouse in Forney.
Anticipating a future in which water rates and infrastructure issues begin to seriously affect Forney homeowners, City Manager James Fisher
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council recognized several Forney gymnasts’ with an Official Proclamation in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments at the USA Weightlifting Youth National Championship.
The City honored Marcos Ruiz (9), Caitlin Everett (10), Bryton Danner (12), Elizabeth Abramson (12), Coy Whitley (13) and Rees Cooksy (14),
During the August 1 City Council Meeting, Mayor Wilson presented the Finance Department with the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.
Forney City Manager James Fisher presented the 2018 Fiscal Year Operating Budget to the Forney Council on Tuesday evening before a standing room only crowd of citizens and city employees.
On Tuesday night five Forney firefighters were recognized with Certificates of Merit for performing heroically on March 28, 2017 when they rescued two individuals from an aggressive swarm of bees.
On Tuesday night Forney Fire Chief Rick Townsend and the members of the Forney City Council officially promoted FFD Captain, Phillip Pyle, to be Forney’s first Assistant Fire Chief.
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council will convene for the first time in almost a month and apparently several council members still want to manipulate the manner in which they are required to communicate with the public.
The official agenda for August 1, 2017 announces that the council has moved the Executive Session portion of their meeting to begin at 5:30 p.m., prior to the start of the public meeting.