in the Willowbrook neighborhood dealing with mold and
crumbling condos see workers in the neighborhood. But they
weren't happy to see them because they don't know what
they're doing. "We don't know what they are repairing,
" Delgado says.
don't trust their builder KB Homes.
years of band aid repairs and living in construction zones
some say they won't allow KB Home contractors inside their
homes to do anymore work.
balconies and buildings are owned by the association. So
even if residents don't want these workers here, they
have to allow access to at least some of them.
homeowners say that nobody has informed him of what this
at a standstill because they won't give us any information."
scaffolding so they can get a better look at the
balconies. Residents say they have no idea how long
workers will be here or what repairs they're going to do.
About sixty of the
homeowners complain of leaks, mold and balconies caving
in. KB has said it wants to repair the condos with
homeowners having the right to choose the
But that's not enough to
convince the owners. KB started major renovations in some
a year ago. It all seems to be too little too late.
Florida attorney general's office has received numerous complaints about
Willowbrook and other KB neighborhoods. A spokesperson says the office is
reviewing those complaints. Meanwhile, KB Homes says it is excited to
begin repairs in Willowbrook and is confident those condos can be fixed.