Work started on the site that will make room for a massive Amazon warehouse in the Hudson Valley, the Times Herald-Record reports. Nearly 190 acres of trees at the intersection of routes 17K and 747 in Montgomery, Orange County, started to be cut down on Tuesday to make room for the facility after the project was given a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT)…
The warehouse is the size of 28 football fields and runs 24 hours a day in order to get people the goods they ordered. Although Cyber Monday may be the online retailer’s Super Bowl, procrastinating shoppers can order things as late as Christmas Eve and could still potentially get it in time. NBC New York’s Gus Rosendale reports.