Grayson: Complex has been victimized by 'absentee slumlord'
JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson stopped by the troubled Eureka Gardens Apartments on Sunday while he was campaigning ahead of the August primary. Grayson's visit comes after an I-Team investigation into the deplorable living conditions at the apartment complex. Today, it was Grayson - a U.S. Senate candidate - seeing Eureka Gardens up close. Reverend Richard Hamlet - the founder of Global Ministries Foundation, which owns the complex - has come under fire for the unsafe living conditions. "What we're seeing is a whole large neighborhood, community, that's been victimized by an absentee slumlord," Grayson said.