According to The Ledger, the Four Corners area will get its own phone book, including both yellow pages and white pages. Currently, 3 phone companies provide service to the 4 counties that contribute to Four Corners: Lake County, Polk County, Osceola County and Orange County.
For South Lake County residents, this is an subtle but important step in recognizing that the area is indeed an important part of the growing Southwest side of Central Florida.
Publisher TransWestern defines Four Corners as:
Run(s) the length of U.S. 27 from the Interstate 4 interchange on the south to past Minneola in the north. The Green Swamp provides a natural boundary to the west and it goes far enough east to include Ocoee and Lake Buena Vista, with Winter Garden also within its service area.
Basically, TransWestern is defining Four Corners as the extreme Southwest boundary of inland Central Florida (otherwise known as the "Orlando area"). Personally, I always defined Four Corners as the area within 8 or so miles of the true geographic intersection of US27 and US192. I never thought to include both Clermont, Minneola, Ocoee and Winter Garden. But many Walt Disney World employees live in those cities so the definition makes sense for them.