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Empty roads at Luther Forest

Vacancy blamed on towns’ unwillingness to implement tax incentives

A temporary signs stands at the main entrance to the Luther Forest Technology Campus off Route 67 near Round Lake in this 2012 photo.
A temporary signs stands at the main entrance to the Luther Forest Technology Campus off Route 67 near Round Lake in this 2012 photo.
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New York state spent $33 million to build miles of multi-lane road in the Luther Forest Technology Campus, but those wide roads are often as empty as a speedway on Monday mornings. There’s a near-consensus among local leaders that the highly touted technology campus isn’t living up to its promise, despite its being home to the growing GlobalFoundries computer chip complex. Regional policymakers are working to spur activity at the massive industrial park located on ...


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