Mar. 02, 2021 Forney City Council considered food truck rules, received a "clean" audit report, debated bond committee appointments, failed again to approve resignation of City Manager Carson.
Feb. 08, 2021 Forney ISD Board recognized students and staff, held TAPR hearing, picked mascots, considered adding 150 employees, action on aquatic center.
Nov. 03, 2020 Forney City Council considered hazard pay for 23-week period, solid waste contract bids.
Nov. 02, 2020 Forney ISD Board recognized students and Ms. Green, considered a new elementary, 11-lane aquatic training facility with public access.
Oct. 22, 2020 Forney HOZ Architecture Review Board met to consider a request for a pool.
Oct. 20, 2020 Forney City Council considered smaller lot developments, saving $1 million, golf cart use in certain situations.
Oct. 08, 2020 Forney P&Z considered Brookville Estates, Oak Creek, city buildings.
Oct. 08, 2020 Forney Capital Improvements Advisory Cmte considered revised CIP.
Oct. 06, 2020 Forney City Council considered body-worn cameras, official newspaper and towing service, golf-cart usage, a Girl Scout project.
Oct. 05, 2020 Forney ISD Board met to recognize Forney Family Partners, receive Audit, consider retention pay and asynchronous learning plan, hear from a former employee.
Sep. 22, 2020 Forney City Council held a workshop with P&Z to view two proposed projects, including a 2-acre lagoon attraction.
Sep. 15, 2020 Forney City Council considered lowering tax rate, rezoning Silver Crossing, working with Mesquite and Markout, expanding public works building.
Members approved plans, on Oct. 19 vote count. Markout WSC plans a membership vote to merge with City of Mesquite. Forney City Council plans to take over service to the Grayhawk subdivision.
Sep. 03, 2020 Forney P&Z considered revised Silver Crossing PD, thoroughfare plan.
Sep. 03, 2020 Forney Capital Improvements Advisory Cmte reviews proposed changes for water and sewer.
Sep. 01, 2020 Forney City Council considered infrastructure, landscaping, legal actions.
Aug. 31, 2020 Forney ISD Board met to Honor Ms. Green, review TASB updates and virtual student progress, consider lower tax rate and saving $6.4 million.
Aug. 27, 2020 Forney Building Standards Commission met to consider action for Knox Fuel property, at Hwy 80 & FM 460.
Forney ISD announces expanded partnerships with Dallas College and Texas Tech, for students in dual-credit courses and in-district tuition for the public.
Aug. 18, 2020 Forney City Council considered lower tax rate, new PD's (and incentives for) Liberty and Trailhouse, Wellington mod's, solicitor rules, fill council vacancy.
During its regular Aug. 11, 2020 meeting, the Forney HOZ Architecture Review Board met to discuss fencing at 312 S. Center, and fencing plus additional structures at 306 S. Center.
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