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The first tenant in the new Jane Lew Industrial Park will move in this week.

Access Midstream will set up shop in the new area, which is across Interstate 79 from the existing park.

County officials said they expect to see more businesses move into the park in the near future.

"We're working with the developer of the business park on a second tenant who should be in the park hopefully by the end of the year, depending on how fast the developer can get the building built," said Lewis County Economic Development Director Mike Herron.

Herron said he'll keep working to bring other companies that have expressed interest in the new space to Jane Lew.

The second tenant to come into the park may move in as early as the end of this year.