Dunkirk Industrial Park Adds Fiber Service

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(photo courtesy of Community Fiber Solutions) (photo courtesy of Community Fiber Solutions)
DUNKIRK -

Officials in northeast Indiana have cut the ribbon on the expansion of fiber optic services to the Dunkirk Industrial Park. Portland-based Community Fiber Solutions says the $60,000 project will bring faster, more reliable Internet connectivity, which will help attract new businesses.

The project was a public-private partnership partially funded by a grant from the Dunkirk Industrial Development Corp., in conjunction with the Jay County Development Corp. The ribbon was cut by Dunkirk Mayor Gene Ritter.

"We're very excited that Community Fiber Solutions is providing their fiber optic services here," Ritter said in a news release. "This kind of connectivity is important to keep our existing businesses here and to attract new ones."

(Pictured left to right) Stan Pittman of SDP Mftg, Drew Houck of Edward Jones, Leann Pittman of SDP Mfg, Mark Miller, CFS General Manager, Doug Bieberich, CFS Sales Manager, Dean Sanders, Jay County Chamber President, Travis Richards, Jay County Development Corp Director, Gene Ritter, Dunkirk Mayor, Dru Hall of SDP Mftg, State Representative JD Prescott, Jay County Commissioner Chuck Huffman.

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