JOLIET – City officials hope to see big effect from an incentive package developed for a tech-oriented incubator campus planned for downtown.

The Joliet City Council is slated to vote Tuesday on the package, which includes up to $200,000 in cash, free land, tax incentives and possibly more.

On Monday, the council will hear from Vic Ahmed, the founder of Innovation Pavilion. The Colorado-based company plans an incubator campus that would provide a place for entrepreneurs to develop business ideas in an environment where they would live and socialize as well.

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