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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 15:14
Forney's City Council met for their bi-monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 20 at Forney City Hall. A City employee was recognized for a job well done, and then the Council settled in for an hour long debate regarding an ice machine.
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 10:55
Madres' Cocina Mexican restaurant in Forney finished a week long celebration of their 15 year anniversary, on Saturday, September 1, 2012. The final day concluded with two tamale eating contests, bringing local VIP's out to chow down on Madres' delicious tamales in hopes of winning a free meal a month for one full year at the restaurant.
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Wednesday, 18 July 2012 15:58
The Tuesday, July 17, 2012 Forney City Council meeting attracted a packed room full of Forney citizens, including a group of well behaved Boy Scouts decked out in their uniforms. The meeting included an official goodbye to outgoing council member Brian Haughey, the ceremonial swearing in of newly appointed council member Ray Stephens, and an important presentation by the PM Group regarding who and what they can bring to the new Spellman Amphitheater.
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Wednesday, 20 June 2012 05:43
Judge Chitty of the 422nd District Court of Kaufman County was in attendance at the June 19th Forney City Council Meeting to officially swear in recently re-elected Council Member Mary Penn. Council Member Penn was re-elected for Forney City Council Place 5 in a run-off election against Jennifer Helms.
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 08:37
Council Member Mary Penn has successfully kept her seat on the Forney City Council in Tuesday's run-off election, June 12, 2012. Council Member Penn received 64.32% of the 569 votes cast. The second round of voting saw a decrease in 94 voters, down from 663 votes. The City of Forney has 7,536 registered voters, making for only a 7.55% voter turnout.
Tuesday, 12 June 2012 16:44
Forney's first ever run-off election is between Council Member Mary Penn and candidate Jennifer Helms for Forney City Council Place 5. Election day voting will end at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday night, June 12th, 2012. The only polling location open for this runoff election was the Sub-Courthouse in Forney, but the ballots will still need to travel to the Kaufman County Courthouse where they will be counted.
Saturday, 09 June 2012 11:10
Two seemingly qualified candidates are facing a run-off election against each other for the Place 5 seat in the Forney City Council. Early voting has ended and election day is set for Tuesday, June 12 at the Forney Sub-Courthouse. Incumbent Mary Penn and her opponent, Jennifer Helms both agreed to answer seven questions that Forney residents want to know, so that the voters can make an educated decision as to who they will vote for next week.
Wednesday, 16 May 2012 08:05
The Forney City Council Place 5 election race between incumbent Mary Penn and Jennifer Helms is now scheduled for a run-off election. The Forney Sub Courthouse will be the only polling location. Early voting will begin Monday, June 4th and continue through Friday, June 8th. Thursday, June 7th will be the late voting day with the polling location opening at 8 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m. Anyone in Forney city limits will be allowed to place a vote in this election, whether you previously voted or not. Either one of the candidates must obtain 50.1% of the votes in order to win their seat on the Forney City Council. Below are the listed times and dates for voting:
Saturday, 12 May 2012 18:52
We are showing 100% Precincts reported, so these are your final votes for the 2012 Forney, Texas May Elections. The winners will each be listed in red below, please take note of the runoff election for Place 5 of the Forney City Council which will be held June 12th, 2012.
Wednesday, 02 May 2012 15:33
On May 1, 2012, the Forney City Council meeting began with a workshop session to discuss a future smoking ordinance in the city of Forney. The discussion has been going on behind closed doors for months, but now the city is ready to act on a smoking ban. The council discussed the smoking ordinance for 90 minutes.