Robert Leslie, senior planner for the town's Planning Department, said that Boyea and Hessari are "complying with all requests" of the Planning Board and that they will meet all the tasks that have been put in front of them.
The board has asked that they look at the data of other Dunkin' Donuts sites to analyze stacking and send a second option for the site to address the concerns of the planning board and planning department. Leslie said he hopes they are able to get the revised plan back to the Planning Board before the end of August.
To cut down on traffic at the busy intersection, the Planning Board has had preliminary discussions about introducing a roundabout to the area, an idea that was mentioned to Hessari and Boyea.
The Route 9W corridor study has made suggestions of the implementation of several roundabouts along 9W.
"I would like to place a roundabout there to alleviate traffic," said Mathusa.
"They spent a lot of time and effort to refurbish the station, I want the owner to be aware people may not come back again because of traffic.""