Crews from R.F. Jordan worked to pave the Blue Hill roundabout road surface over the course of the last week, creating traffic jams as the four-way intersection of roads was reduced to one-lane traffic. But, with the work now complete, the smoother surface is presenting a new problem: speeding. According to the Hancock County Sheriff’s log, on Friday, July 19, the on-site project manager called Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Kane to report “speeders at the new roundabout,” adding that the speed presented a “danger” to the workers. With the paving done, the crews are focusing their efforts on the center circle, which has yet to have a design and will likely be the subject of an upcoming public meeting in Blue Hill.