JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Issues at an Arlington condo, together with flooding and mould rising within the rest room, have gone on for weeks and haven’t but been fastened, a tenant stated.
Shawanda Jones informed News4Jax on Friday that administration on the Eagle Pointe Flats on College Boulevard at Merrill Street has all however ignored her complaints.
On Friday, Jones stated, her condominium was flooded by an overflowing rest room.
“All of the water nonetheless is right here,” Jones stated. “My flooring, it is torn up.”
She stated she first made administration conscious of the issue earlier than Christmas.
“I’ve achieved been complaining to my administration about my flooring needing to be fastened, my rest room needing to be fastened,” Jones stated. “There was nothing till in the present day when my rest room simply overflowed and got here by way of my house, into my front room and all over the place.”
Jones’ furnishings and electronics have been broken and, in some instances, ruined, and her two younger youngsters have been pressured to play on soaked carpet.
She stated her upkeep requests have fallen on deaf ears.
“They’re going to ship somebody out to return repair it, or they’re going to ship somebody to return repair my flooring, and it nonetheless hasn’t been executed,” Jones stated.
A neighbor stated there are such a lot of unfixed issues in her unit that she does not even report them anymore. However others have reported points.
News4Jax discovered 10 code enforcement complaints and citations towards Eagle Pointe inside a six-month interval. Leaky roofs, mould and insect infestations have been all listed by the town as violations.
“It’s not proper for any of the tenants to be dwelling the best way they’re dwelling on this place, in any respect. I would not even need to reside right here. I’m prepared to maneuver as a result of I’ve little youngsters and I don’t want them dwelling in stuff like this,” Jones stated. “That’s simply not proper to me in any respect.”
Jones stated she simply needs her upkeep points, and people of her neighbors, addressed in a well timed method.
As of late Friday night time, she was nonetheless ready for the repairs.
Johanne Brouard, chief working officer of Eagle Pointe Properties, advised News4Jax by telephone that they’re working as quick as they will to repair flats which have requested upkeep.
Brouard stated they have introduced in 4 outdoors roofing corporations to assist after Hurricane Irma and have employed additional upkeep staff, convey the entire variety of upkeep staff to 10.
She stated repairing any plumbing issues is a excessive precedence, and emphasised that tenants should report any issues shortly to the administration workplace.
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