Before Christmas, I was driving my daughter to the Boyd School, as I do everyday. I pulled up to the entrance on (old) Waxpool and waited for an opening between the buses and cars leaving Eagle Ridge when WHAM! I was hit from behind. The driver claimed ice was the cause of the accident, though the strip of ice crossing old Waxpool was only ten feet wide (as it is every time after a melt-and-freeze) and my car was 20 feet beyond the ice. A lot of good her 4-wheel drive did her. Turns out the driver works at Stream Valley Veterinary Hospital, so she's no stranger to this road. What concerns me is that we have drivers, such as this one, who drive through our neighborhoods and school zones every day and refuse to recognize their surroundings. If businesses are going to exist in residential areas, then it is incumbent on the business owners to ensure their employees are not causing safety and lifestyle problems for those of us who do live here. I would encourage all Broadlands residents to use this forum to praise businesses and employees who contribute to the neighborhood and report businesses and employees who bring it down. Robzilla "Whoa no. There goes Tokyo."