Wolf Creek Park marketing director Rachel Davis has announced that the Fayette County Urban Renewal Authority and Frontier Communications have reached an agreement to install fiber optic cable into the 1,000-acre mixed use business development located between Oak Hill and Fayetteville.
“We are delighted that this service is coming to Wolf Creek Park. Fayette County and our development have always offered unique advantages for businesses and individuals and with the addition of fiber optic capabilities it provides one more feather in our cap. The Fayette County Commission displayed a great deal of forethought in their decision to build a new E-911 Center at Wolf Creek Park and it is this facility which tipped the scales for Frontier to extend this service,” Davis stated.
Wolf Creek Park was developed with funding from the West Virginia Economic Development Grant Committee, the U.S. Economic Development Administration, the West Virginia Department of Highways Industrial Access Road Program, the West Virginia Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council, the West Virginia Housing Development Fund, and the Fayette County Commission. The 1,000-acre parcel off of WV Route 16 combines light industrial pads, residential lots and an environmental learning center.
For additional information on Wolf Creek Park interested parties can contact Davis by phone 304-574-4320, or they can go to the development’s web site at wolfcreekparkwv.com
“Fiber optic service coming to Wolf Creek Park” Fayette Tribune 03 November 2011