The company looking to develop a plot on Day Hill Road in Windsor into a 1.5 million-square foot distribution center is Amazon.com, town documents confirm.
Windsor's economic development commission is scheduled to discuss the company's application and possible "economic development incentives."
According to meeting documents, the commission will consider incentives Amazon has applied to receive, including assessment abatement and building permit fee reduction.
Windsor has been able to entice large companies to set down roots in town through offering incentives, including temporary tax breaks.
Companies who have received tax breaks in the past include ING, The Hartford, Walgreens and Dollar Tree.
Tax abatement agreements typically include development requirements determined by the town.
Dollar Tree, for example, was given a tac break that will average 40 percent over four years and the company was required to invest $60 million into the project by September 2013 and make an effort to recruit local residents for employment.
The economic development commission is scheduled to meet at 12 p.m. at town hall on Tues., Aug. 27.