UPDATE: Autumn Ridge residents in Lansing have less than a month to vacate

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UPDATE: The pink vacate notice has been taken down, this letter was put on resident’s homes instead.

Residents at Autumn Ridge in Lansing have less than a month to vacate after receiving a notice on their door.

According to notices posted by the City of Lansing, the apartment complex does not have a certificate of compliance.

That means it’s not up to code and it’s illegal to live there.

Informing tenants that they had just over two months to move out

But city officials say, they’re not trying to kick anyone out of their home.

“There is no way the city can vacate a 630 unit building or complex. There is no way, we are going to vacate the 250, 225 around capitol village. What we want to do is get the owners attention and get these properties into compliance.” Said Scott Sanford, Code Enforcement for the city of Lansing.

People who live in the apartment complex were shocked, when they saw the notice on their door.

One woman says she understands, she had her fair share of of problems with the apartment complex.

Street lights out, leaking dishwashers and garages that were falling apart.

According to tenants 6 News spoke with today, the leasing office says if they vacated.

Note: In a previous version of this story, the information detailing that the notice was posted after Thanksgiving has been removed, as it was not confirmed.

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