The roundabout at the intersection of Taylor Road and Cedar Lane seems to be working fairly well, except that it is apparent that most drivers are uncertain about how to use the roundabout, particularly with respect to signaling intentions.
The Town had the roundabout built and should issue instructions on its use. A notice in the Examiner, Banner and other papers would be useful.
My understanding, based on driving in England years ago, is that it is unnecessary to signal upon entering the roundabout (one can only enter from the right when the road is clear). It is unnecessary to signal if one is continuing around the roundabout. It is necessary to signal intention when preparing to exit the roundabout.
I have seen drivers apply the left signal when staying on the roundabout and almost no driver signals when exiting west or east onto Taylor Road.
I may be wrong about the correct procedure. Official information should be issued.