According to the city, landowner Jim Pittman is readying a site and will put in a pad for potential, future development, bottom left, next to Lamey Wellehan in Auburn. The Auburn Mall can be seen in the background Friday in this aerial photo. Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Curious about the activity behind Lamey Wellehan?

Eric Cousens, Auburn’s director of planning and permitting, said landowner Jim Pittman is leveling out the property with plans to put down a pad, readying it for future but yet-unknown development.

OTHER PROJECTS IN THE WORKS

Among the many projects green-lit in Auburn’s code office last month:

• A $834,500 addition and renovation project for portions of Franklin School at 23 High St. by the Auburn School Department.

• A $6,000,000 foundation-only permit for the new Edward Little High School at 77 Harris St.

• A $35,449 refresh for the Family Dollar Store at 850 Minot Ave. with paint, indoor graphics and adjusted shelving.

• A $49,848 renovation at 296 Gracelawn Road replacing a fuel island canopy for the City of Auburn.

Quick hits about business comings, goings and happenings. Have a Buzzable tip? Contact staff writer Kathryn Skelton at 689-2844 or [email protected]

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