Incoming Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins in a radio interview on Wednesday said there are “major questions and concerns” surrounding the billions of dollars in tax incentives for web retail giant Amazon’s move to Long Island City in Queens that should be addressed.

“It is really hard to ignore the concerns that are being raised regarding the use of taxpayer money and the lack of transparency and the impact it will have on the local community,” she said in an interview on WBAI’s Max & Murphy podcast. “It’s certainly raised to this level because it looks like on the one hand a huge opportunity, but there are also major questions and concerns that will have to be addressed.”

Politico reported earlier in the day that there is a mechanism that could hinder the approval of the some of the incentives and land use: The Public Authorities Control Board, a little-known entity that Democrats, once in the majority next year, could wield a veto over its approval.

Amazon’s move to Long Island City has been sharply opposed by Sen. Michael Gianaris, the likely deputy majority leader in the 2019 legislative session and a Stewart-Cousins lieutenant.

Amazon selected both Queens and northern Virginia for the site of its second headquarters. The company stands to receive at least $1.5 billion in incentives over 10 years for 25,000 jobs created. Within 15 years, the package grows to $1.7 billion tied to the creation of 40,000.