Bob and Ann Cook think there's something shady going on, at the Shadowood Townhomes.
"It's a never ending nightmare," Ann said.
There's a blue tarp on the outside of their wall covering black mold on the inside. And the Cooks say property managers don't seem to care.
"We've received no response from our letter, no response from our telephone call," Ann said.
Neither did Billie Drury. She's got moisture in the walls, holes in her balcony, and a message for building management. A six-by-six foot sign hanging from her balcony that reads: "Shadowoods = No Repairs."
"My sign was placed up here because I can't get any maintenance done around here," Drury said. "And haven't been able to get any maintenance for several years."
But it's dollar signs that have Shadowood managers upset. They say more than half of Shadowood residents have stopped paying their condo fees in protest. The delinquency list is at $56,000 and counting.
Drury and the Cooks each owe more than $6,000.
"If I won the lottery, I would not send a penny," Drury said.
"We don't know where it's going, we don't know where it's being spent on," Bob Cook added.
Now those who do pay their fees are mad, too.
"I'm paying their water bill every month, I'm paying their trash removal," said Kelley Harris, a Shadowood resident who stands behind management. What's more, management says there are still thousands of dollars in bills still unpaid by the condo.
"It's very tense around here," said Harris' friend, Janice Quinn.
So tense, in fact, that Drury and the Cooks have even put up surveillance equipment around their house, worried about who might be lurking in the shadows.
"These days, I just come and go and mind my own business," Drury said. "You leave me alone, and I'll leave you alone."
On Tuesday, the acting condo president resigned. Now no one is in charge. The outgoing president declined an on-camera interview but denied any wrongdoing or mismanagement of funds.
A petition is being passed around, asking for an audit, and residents may ask the Attorney General to get involved.
Some are talking about suing the condo over the repairs, but residents who are delinquent on their condo dues could face legal action as well.
Online Reporter: Eric Flack