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Lone Wolf Development Inc

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Lone Wolf Development Inc

6950 Almaden Expressway Suite 171

San Jose, California,95120

United States

Company Description

Lone Wolf is dedicated to helping retailers be successful with our products, and offers support wherever possible. One of the primary ways we support retailers is to offer full returnability on our product. No Risk Guarantee: Retailers enjoy 100% returnabili...more

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Employment History

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Washougal


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Downtown Washougal

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"You know when we started the project we did not view it as a short-time proposition," says Wes Hickey, the sole owner of Lone Wolf.
"We gave away trees to plant. ... "We go by the proverb that societies grow great when old men plant trees in whose shade they will never sit." The trees have become a grove, maturing into an orchard. It's a new kind of Washougal, drawing its energy from ideas rather than from the farms that once surrounded the town. "We've had a lot of suburban development," Hickey says. "The tough part is the front end, and just developing the momentum and the energy," Hickey says.


Downtown Washougal

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According to Wes Hickey, owner of Lone Wolf, the purpose of focusing on a key sector like technology is to create a culture of collaboration.
"The opportunity for informal communication and socialization is critical for the success of creative and knowledge-based businesses," said Hickey.


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Wes Hickey, owner of Lone Wolf, said there was an agreement after the sale that the park could stay open, but not for any specified length of time.
"I think everybody was aware it was a private piece of property and wasn't going to be a dog park in perpetuity," he said. Hickey said the property is being marketed, but no plans are set for the land, which also includes a Bi-Mart next to the park. "We have some conceptual mixed use plans that would be a combination of park space, office, multi-family and commercial," he said.


www.camaspostrecord.com

"We have completed a conceptual master plan for the entire piece of property, and the property is being marketed for sale or for lease," said Wes Hickey, owner of Lone Wolf.
"Unrelated to the master planning, there have been a couple of parties indicate some interest in the dog park area. "Mark [Watson] and his volunteer organization provide a tremendous service to the citizens of Clark County, and I appreciate and respect the dealings we have had with the DOGPAW organization," he added. Watson is a DOGPAW board member in charge of park maintenance and development. Hickey said the future sale or lease of the off leash area and surrounding land could create employment opportunities. "If that area is developed as mixed use, including office and open space, in the long term it could accommodate up to 1,200 jobs," he said. The dog park in Washougal, approximately 7.5 acres, had been expected to close July 1, but Hickey allowed an extension to November. "Mr. Hickey has been a very gracious and generous landowner," Watson said.


www.camaspostrecord.com

Wes Hickey, owner of Lone Wolf, has previously said the property is part of the downtown planning area.
"We would be looking at master planning that, to be complementary to and cohesive with other downtown development," he said. "Master planning will involve us doing an assessment of street layouts, potential demand and overall layout of the property." The dog park had been scheduled to close July 1, but Hickey allowed an extension to November. "Mr. Hickey has been a very gracious and generous landowner," said Mark Watson, a DOGPAW board member.


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