KINGSTON, Okla. (KTEN) — The deadline for homeowners at the Marina del Rey Resort to move or sell their homes has arrived, leaving many frustrated.

Rather than update the marina's sewage lagoons to meet Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality standards, marina owner Garrett Johnson opted to close them instead, leaving residents just a few months to sell or move their property.

Now, the March 1 deadline is here. Multiple homeowners claim they haven't heard from marina management or the owners since the decision was made.

"We've never had any communication at all from the marina or Garrett. Nobody's told us anything," homeowner Mike Condit said.

Some homeowners are taking a large financial hit in trying to move. One resident said they've spent more than $100,000 in the process. Others find the lack of direction from the marina more frustrating than having to move their vacation homes.

It's unclear what the consequences will be for those who choose not to move.

"What bothers me the most about it is that nobody has said anything," Condit said. "You know, people can take bad news, but at least tell them the bad news."

A representative for Marina del Rey management released a statement, saying, "

“We are committed to ensuring that Lake Texoma thrives as a community and provides a wonderful place for families and friends to gather. We are working constructively with the Oklahoma DEQ to resolve the issues with the wastewater lagoons and appreciate the patience of our customers. We apologize for the frustrations the uncertainty has caused.  Once we have an approved plan of action, we look forward to communicating that plan with our customers to find a path forward.”