By C.V. Moore Register-Herald Reporter
FAYETTEVILLE — The Fayette County Commission has chosen to spend all redistributed coal severance funds for the next four years on infrastructure expansion at Wolf Creek Park, the county’s 1,000-acre mixed-use commercial and residential development.
Roads, utilities and shell buildings will be built in the commercial section, as funds permit, under the direction of the Fayette County Urban Renewal Authority and the Fayette County Building Commission.
Additional roadway will make accessible a 4.2-acre commercial building site beyond the recently-constructed 911 Center. More
developable acreage is available past that lot, if roadway and utility hookups can be extended.