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March 31, 2009 - John D'Agostino
Last week in our Community Partners Edition, we highlighted the building of the SUNY Fredonia high-tech incubator. The structure is taking shape on Central Avenue in Dunkirk between Second and Third streets.
Not only has the construction generated additional traffic through the area, it has also increased excitement throughout the city. Of greatest importance is the expectations of this facility bringing new businesses to our area.
"When we were a year away from it, people weren't willing to wait," said Jeffrey Corcoran, incubator director in our Community Partners Edition. "Now we're close enough where they're willing to wait. We only have office space now, so anyone needing things like high speed access and emergency backups for businesses that need uninterrupted power can now be put into the pipeline and they'll be ready to go once the facility is ready."
And that won't be long. Since the OBSERVER is a neighboring facility, we see evidence every day that the opening of this project keeps getting closer.
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