I'm not sure whether to be amused or appalled by the controversy, over the difficulty the school bus is having, traveling up to the end of Church Street (Blackstock) road. We've lived here since 1970, and have seen numerous children picked up along this road every school year.
The garbage truck, snow plough, tractor trailers, and farm vehicles have no trouble navigating it, or turning around at its dead end. It's been suggested that the road is too narrow, but if this is the case half the rural roads in Durham are too.
In closing, I would be glad to offer my assistance, to go with and assist any driver having difficult turning their bus around. In the meantime, surely there's someone in the system that can apply common sense and sort this out.