The Weeks have been in their home just across the Sherwood city limit line in Pulaski County, for more than 50 years.
"When you have lived in a place as long as we have under these circumstances who wants to change," said Marcella Weeks.
They hadn't heard about the Sherwood city council's plan to annex their property and dozens of others, but aren't surprised.
"I've been expecting it, i'll just put it like that," said Marcella.
Stella Williams who lives across from the weeks' said she opposes the possible annexation for a number of reasons.
"I want the freedom to have goats which we've had for years," Willams said. "To be able to burn my leaves and to have more freedom than being in a neighborhood or in a city."
Back in 2008 3,000 people were annexed into the city limits.
The Weeks and Williams were left out.
What the Mayor of Sherwood, Virginia Hillman describes as "pockets" that weren't annexed back in 2008 are clearly defined by the city limit line.
On one side Pulaski County the other the City of Sherwood.
While some don't want to cross that line, Mayor Hillman said it's a line some already see as blurry.
"They thought at the time they were already Sherwood residents," said Mayor Hillman. "I've had many people contact me in that area, wanting to know when we would finalize it."
The city council will be deciding Monday whether the choice will be presented to voters in November.
Thereason the city council wants to include it on the November ballot is so it can save money.
The 2008 annexation cost about $27,000 in special elections.