Auburn Mayor Jason Levesque, foreground, speaks Friday during a groundbreaking ceremony for the 36-unit affordable apartment project on Minot Avenue next to Fairview Elementary School in Auburn. Three apartment buildings will include 18 one-bedroom units, 10 two-bedroom units, and eight three-bedroom units built on 3 acres sold by Clover Health Care owner Joe Hogan to Kevin Bunker of Developers Collaborative. Children living in the apartment complex will be able to walk to Fairview Elementary School. “We have some classrooms at capacity and some that are not,” Fairview Principal Celeste Beaudet said. “We will have a discussion about the impact,” Auburn School Superintendent Katy Grondin said. “We will plan carefully,” she said. According to project manager Laura Reading, apartment leases will begin in November. (Sun Journal photo by Daryn Slover)

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