After more than a year and half of planning, the head of Knox Public Works and Engineering Dwight Van de Vate reiterated his support of a $1 million roundabout project.
The money would pay for to convert two of the county's most dangerous intersections from two-way-stops, to roundabouts.
One is proposed for the intersection of Bob Gray Road and Mabry Hood Road.
The other would go at Bob Gray Road and Bob Kirby Road.
The county estimates in three years there's been more than 40 wrecks at those sights and Van de Vate says extensive traffic studies and consulting shows roundabouts will help fix it.
Not all neighbors are convinced. Some would have to give up property to make room for the project.
Others remain uncertain that the expensive, inconvenient project will yield proportionate results when cheaper alternatives haven't been tried.
Van de Vate says they plan to meet with citizens before the commission vote, which is scheduled for Monday.
That meeting will also feature a full presentation from the projects consulting engineers, Cannon and Cannon.
But judging by public input and the sentiments of Commissioner Mike Hammond there's a chance the vote could once again put off the vote.
Hammond said he would support deferring a decision for 30 days so more concerned citizens could be heard and could access information.