Amazon Is Getting at Least $1.7 Billion to Come to Queens. Now Comes the Fight Over Whether It’s Worth It. – New York Times

New York Times
To attract Amazon, New York’s leaders agreed to remake plans for the Queens waterfront, move a distribution center for school lunches and provide a sweeping package of $1.7 billion in incentives from the state and hundreds of millions more from the city.
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It’s official: Amazon splits prize between Crystal City and New YorkWashington Post
At $61000 Per Amazon Job, New York Pays Twice What Virginia DoesBloomberg
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