3 Confusion is growing in one westside community over the fate of a home they thought was suppose to be long gone. It was the scene of a meth lab raid nearly 2-years ago..the owners were arrested and sent to prison. Back then, the city said it was going to demolish it. So, it's no surprise NEIGHBORS are shocked to see crews RENOVATING the home. It's located on Herta Road... just off Harlow Road in the Cedar Hills area. Channel 4's Jim Piggott spoke to the city and these confused neighbors. He joins us live from the neighborhood. Jim, what's happening here? 3 3 3 On the outside the sign says .. Condemned s.. Do not enter...but now there are city permits that say a new roof is ok...even though the city told us last summer this house was going to be torn down. .. and today they told us..no one should be inside 00-10 35-48When we first talked to Frank Pagington last summer.. He told my Colleague Scott johnson He was fed up ... I MADE THE STATEMENT THAT I WOULD BURN THE HOUSE DOWN. YES I WOULD TOTALLY BURN IT DOWN he says even though the city raided the house in 2012.. arrested people for making meth... nothing has happened.. It became overgrown and a big mess.. At that time the city told us the house was slated for demolition,, But instead of seeing bulldozers... Pagington says now he's been seeing hammers as workers have been fixing up the house.. Piggott: the city said they were going to tear this down..Do you think this is going to be a problem again? Frank: I can't answer that question. I hope it's not. I want somebody to come in and buy this building and be good neighbors. But right now I've seen this happen so many times over and over again. But Pagington says when he checked with the city code enforcement office. He says they were not aware of what was going on... So we did some checking.. and found this out .. According to the Municipal Code Enforcement department The house is still condemned and no one is suppose to be inside unless they have proper hazmat training and wear protective equipment. according to records with property appraiser office the home is now owned by JWB real estate. a division of their company is doing the rehab work on the house.. It was sold in November for 75 hundred dollars... the city says it must give the new owner a chance to bring it up to code The city will lift the condemnation order when they have test result that show there's no more chemical hazard inside But Frank Pagington says he still has his doubts... I have seen this happen so many times before and it does not get fixed. 3 I did talk to the owner of the company which owner the house now.. he says they did put on a new roof and maybe should have waited until they got clearance but as for those inside.. he says they are people who are certified and that should not be a problem... he says some test came back earlier that showed contamination but they are cleaning it up now .. Jim, did the city say what happens if the owners' go inside without clearance?