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January 12, 2007



If it is such a hazard to those who may be driving there late at night and "don't know Burlingame", why have there been no accidents??????
There is so much misinformation being presented by the city.

I was in "I don't know Vail, CO" recently and was confronted with roundabouts. Normally, I would think the street went straight, then you realize...Signage! Roundabout ahead! Arrows on which direction to go! The great signage leading up to the roundabout is what made me "know Vail".

Why can we not put up signage? No right turn, bump ahead.....

You do not have to go to Vail to see roundabouts. Just go to City Hall, there is one between the Library and City Hall. The City just finished restriping , etc to keep motorist from getting into an accident. It is OK there, but it isn't OK for Tom.

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