JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It was a big project: rehab 54 homes in the Sherwood Forest subdivision.
"Now the residents, most of them senior citizens are left holding the bag," said Eunice Barnum.
Barnum is one of those 54 residents selected for home improvement.
"They would come in and do roofing, plumbing, electrical, doors, windows," she said.
Barnum, 57, is also President of the Sherwood Forest Community Association and she said the homeowners are complaining about the work.
"It was shabby workmanship," she said.
The complaints are almost nine years after the project began. It started in 2004 and was led by Housing Partnership of Jacksonville, a nonprofit agency.
"A lot of the people are still having issues with their roofs," said Barnum, "The electrical in their home doesn't work and they're calling me concerning what they're going to do."