A quote from the City Manager was moved down to provide better context about what further cuts would mean for city services.
I updated the story to include a link to the City of Auburn's near miss page, www.auburnmaine.gov/Pages/General/Route-4-Near-Miss . If you've almost been involved in an accident, log on and describe it.
Not the biggest mistake I've ever made, but very embarrassing! Thanks for pointing it out.
Here's a link to it: http://www.sunjournal.com/node/717084
Fixed an mistake in the fifth paragraph: Facility would process between 20,000 and 25,000 tons per year.
Denis D'Auteuil, the Auburn Public Services team leader, identified Friday morning the potential developer who would lease the arena back to the city as Auburn Mall owner George Schott.
Schott owns one of the properties in question, the 8.5 acre lot west of Shaws on Turner Street's east side, behind the Masonic Temple and north of the Auburn Mall.
D'Auteuil said Schott would retain ownership of that land under that proposed scenario, leasing it and the building back to the city over the next 30 years.
Schott would pay for the building if the City Council goes with the proposal to build on YMCA land off of Stetson Road and Center Street. Schott would lease the building to the city in that scenario and the YMCA would retain ownership of the land.
The story has been updated with this information.
That was my mistake, Joe, and I've updated it.
That was an editing error. It's back in now.
My bad, Stephen. It's fixed now.