Residents of a Millington trailer park say they are having trouble getting their deposits back.
Friday, Dick Moore, owner of the Shady Oaks Trailer Park, said it may take weeks, but residents will be able to come home to flood damaged Shady Oaks Mobile Home and RV park.
"I got 40 of them right now on a waiting list that want to come back," he said.
But Jim McAfee isn't one of them. Friday, he planned to clear out his trailer on Dale Road, but cleaning crews beat him to it.
"There wasn't a lot in there that I could have salvaged, but there was some stuff that I was planning on getting to tomorrow, and now its torn up," he said.
McAfee isn't the only disgruntled flood victim.
"Shady Oaks is starting to move. They want to move. They want to move their people back in again. They're gonna give people 200 dollar deposits if they go in there and clean up that mess," resident Kim Pennington said.