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Council approves budget and lower tax rate

Sep. 15, 2020 Forney City Council considered lowering tax rate, rezoning Silver Crossing, working with Mesquite and Markout, expanding public works building.

Markout WSC plans to merge with City of Mesquite

Markout WSC plans a membership vote to merge with City of Mesquite. Forney City Council plans to take over service to the Grayhawk subdivision.

CIP considers revisions to water/sewer plan

Sep. 03, 2020 Forney Capital Improvements Advisory Cmte reviews proposed changes for water and sewer.

P&Z reconsiders Silver Crossing PD

Sep. 03, 2020 Forney P&Z considered revised Silver Crossing PD, thoroughfare plan.

Council accepts infrastructure, moves forward on some legal items

Sep. 01, 2020 Forney City Council considered infrastructure, landscaping, legal actions.

FISD announces college classes for all and scholarships for HS students

Forney ISD announces expanded partnerships with Dallas College and Texas Tech, for students in dual-credit courses and in-district tuition for the public.

FISD approves lower tax rate, early bond payments.

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.

Council proposes lower tax rate, new developments

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.

HOZ ARB considers request for 306 and 312 S. Center St.

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.

P&Z considers PD mod's plus new PDs w/ town-homes and data centers

Aug. 06, 2020 Forney P&Z considered modifying Brookeville and Wellington Ridge PDs, zoning for Trailhouse Park and Project Liberty (a data-center development)

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