There will be continued disruptions as road crews finish their work, said Sara Leaders, Milton's interim public works director. "The ultimate roundabout alignment will occur after the remaining infrastructure is complete and final pavement is installed." That could be in July, according to the city's website.
The study said most of the 40 residents who attended a 2014 public house about the project were on board. Some weren’t, the study said, including one person who wrote: “A roundabout is completely inappropriate and a shotgun approach for a rural crossroads; we will be paying the price for years for traffic passing through Milton.”
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