Social media post stirs controversy over trick-or-treating on Wilmington Island (GA)

Controversy concerning trick-or-treating on Wilmington Island is swirling on social media.  This comes after a Facebook post about limiting non-residents from certain areas on the island.  The post was made on the Wilmington Island, Georgia Facebook page and directed to those who participate in the Olde Towne Trick-or-Treat.  The post has since been deleted, but it did say, “the Olde Towne Property Owner’s Association will be prohibiting nonresidents from trick-or-treating in Olde Town this year” Claiming they will be “restricting access to the front entrance after 5:45 p.m.” and how a towing policy will be enforced.    Read the article……………


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