COUNCIL BLUFFS (KPTM) It's a place that hundreds have called home, but now they're being told to pack up and get out.
Residents in the Council Bluffs mobile home park, Wooded Lake, came home Monday to a letter saying they have 60 days to leave.
People living there are saying that is not enough time. If residents leave anything behind, they could be sued.
"What are we supposed to do? A lot of us, we can't move our trailers. A lot of places won't take the trailers because they're so old," Joanna Tiffey said.
Many of the residents said they knew the park could be sold eventually.
But that they had been promised they'd be given at least six months notice before they had to leave. One person even had that in writing.
"I could see if people had six months, but letting you go just before winter? Come on," Allen Golden said.
"|One gentleman is awfully sick, maybe too sick to move and on December 1st they turn off his power, what is he going to do?" Anna Beckwith said.
It's a question many of them are left asking themselves and wondering when they'll get some answers.
"It's just sad how they can just do this and just close their eyes and walk away." Tiffey added.
The management office was closed and the owners couldn't be reached Tuesday. Residents told us they're trying to get a fund together to help the people who will have the most trouble moving.