I am not all sure what lesson anyone has learned from the Fruitland roundabout. I will admit I had some doubts at first, and I still believe the true test will come after school gets into full swing, but I use the roundabout several times a week at all hours and as of yet I have not seen any problems. Rarely is there any backup like what used to occur with the four way stop sign. I have seen tractor trailers negotiate the roundabout with no difficulty what so ever and there is a fairly high volume of truck traffic there.
Maybe Albero can also explain just what the Teamsters will do if “God forbid they find out about it”, referring to the one proposed on Naylor Mill Rd. That is truly funny. I am sure the teamsters have nothing better to worry about than a roundabout on a back road in Smallsbury. Any driver worth his salt won’t even give this thing a second thought.