AUBURN — City councilors will get an up-close look Saturday morning at projects and developments around the city — including the medical tourism project planned for Minot Avenue — during a special orientation workshop.

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. and wrap up by 1 p.m.

According to their agenda, councilors will tour New Auburn with an eye toward redevelopment plans there. The city has been discussing creating a trail along the Androscoggin River in that area.

Councilors are also scheduled to review Beijing-based Miracle Enterprises’ proposed development at the former Lunn and Sweet Building on Minot Avenue. Developers hope to turn that property, formerly known as The Barn, into a medical/wellness destination for wealthy Chinese citizens.

Councilors are also scheduled to get updates on the Norway Savings Bank Arena, the Auburn Fire Department and Auburn-Lewiston Municipal Airport.

The meeting is open to the public.

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