Fearing unrest, Woodstock community locking gates after election - Atlanta News, Weather, Traffic, and Sports | FOX 5: WOODSTOCK, Ga. -
Fearing chaos depending on the outcome of the election, a community in Woodstock is taking steps to protect themselves. The homeowners association president of Cottages of Woodstock sent an email to the residents saying all gates will be closed 24/7 starting on Tuesday night.
Some residents in the community for people 55 and over told FOX 5 that they were surprised by the actions of HOA president Bill Stanley.
Hilda Wiggs said she was taken aback when she saw the email from Stanley saying "in light of the contentious nature of the upcoming election, and some of the rhetoric indicating possible civil unrest, I have decided to close the community gates 24/7.
A bit off the deep end, wouldn't you agree?