After a lengthy discussion Tuesday night, Windsor’s Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved plans to convert a vacant industrial building on Helmsford Way into an Amazon package distribution center. As an Amazon package distribution center, the building would serve as the last stop before packages are delivered to the consumer, Brad Griggs, an Amazon developer on the project, said. Sound pollution was a main concern of residents, particularly the impact the noise will have on property values. Some residents called into the virtual meeting, which was held via Zoom, during the public hearing portion of the proceeding while others had emailed statements to the PZC beforehand. Town Planner Eric Barz considered the plan an improvement from previous tenants of the building.