Jill Schensul

CENTRAL VALLEY – The owners of Woodbury Common Premium Outlets unveiled additional details of the center’s proposed expansion, including estimates on the economic benefits to the county, on Thursday.

Simon Property Group’s John Villapiano, vice president for development, and David Mistretta, Simon’s general manager at Woodbury, said at an Orange County Chamber of Commerce breakfast that the expansion would add 1,000 jobs to the shopping center’s payroll of 5,000. It would also generate both direct and indirect tax revenues, including an additional $22.51 million in retail sales taxes annually – $12.1 million for Orange County, $9.2 million for New York state and $1.21 million for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Villapiano said.

Villapiano cited data from AKRF, Inc., a leading environmental, planning and engineering

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