RICHLAND, Wash. -- The Mooring Condos at Columbia Point in Richland are known as some of the nicest waterfront homes in the area, but many are still covered with white plastic after six months of construction.
Large white plastic sheets still cover 55 housing units, many of them, worth about a million dollars.
Crews are working to fix any flooding problems the condos have had in the past. Some residents say it has gone on for way too long.
The President of the Homeowners Association, Allen Brecke, says they believed construction would be completed before June, but says crews have come along way with replacing brick, stucco and building new decks.
Brecke said, "They're doing a good job, they're doing it right and being careful. It's not costing us any more for the delay. Maybe more in supervising but not more in contractors and we're confident they'll fix it and keep everything dry forever."
The construction is expected to continue through September.