Just curious...Am I the only one scratching my head on this one? A four thousand pound vehicle left 300 feet of skid (one football field) on a dry day coming within 15 to 20 feet of kids walking on the sidewalk. The driver of this vehicle said she was doing "almost 50 mph"? Then, a speed citation was issued based on statements that were approximations at best. Good thing she got the "What ifs". I wouldn't want to think this young lady got away with anything. This was potentially a catastrophic error in judgement that was essentially verballed away. There's more time spent on driveway variances than this. How embarrassing. If we know who it was that did this and the manner in which it happened, why was she only given a CC&R violation? Driving is a privilege. Especially in a Private Community. We have a parking lot just inside the gate for all of those social-deviant motorcycle riders. They don't have the right to ride their motorcycles to their house however she, with an admitted history of reckless driving, will continue to enter the gates un-restricted. How about restricting driving privileges within the gates for a month..week..I don't care how long. Let her get a ride home from the gate for a while. I know nothing about this girl. She could be a straight-A student, Class President, and a Philanthropist to boot for all I know. It could have simply been a momentary loss of focus followed by a bad decision. That could have been fatal. Outside of the gates it would have been a thirty day impound of her vehicle and a ticket that would cost in the range of $5k. If we are going to continue to handicap security by not giving them Peace Officer Powers, at least have them write up incidents like this and put it before a committee vote. As I said before, lesser issues are given more attention. Some of you reading this comment may be rolling your eyes at how over reactive this sounds. Ask the parents of the children that were staring at the four thousand pounds of metal skidding out of control towards them at well over 50 mph.