WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH)-- Residents in Waterbury say they've waited long enough to have an eyesore near their homes fixed for good.
News 8 went to the same home on Spread Oak Lane back in April.
It's Delvore Bond's second day back at home, now renovated following a damaging fire one year ago.
"It's pretty good to be back home. It's a nice neighborhood. I love it," said Bond.
Ironic that right across the street at Spread Oak Lane, is a house, still showing charring from a fire nearly three years ago.
It is been there for years. That house should have been fixed a long time ago. Nobody is doing nothing about it," said Bond.
Neighbors complained about the condition of number 24 to News 8 back in April.
Our story uncovered the owner Tracy Porter, who recently had gotten a permit to have the power turned back on, but nothing else.
"I would really like to know what's going on with this house," said Bond.
News 8 tried to get those questions answered when a woman, neighbors identify as the homeowner, pulled up behind our news car, yet refused to speak on camera.
Later a woman called News8 identifying herself as the owner of the house, saying insurance is an issue and neighbors are harassing her.
The advice from one fire victim to another, just fix it.
"It feels good to be back home in Bucks Hill. It feels amazing," said Bond.
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