A home in the Groesbeck neighborhood where officials removed over 126 cats two years ago remains condemned and unsafe for occupancy, despite efforts by a local realtor to sell it.

Nearly two weeks after a "for sale" sign was spotted in the home's front yard, Township Supervisor Diontrae Hayes expressed concerns about the safety of those who may have entering the dwelling.

Hayes said, "The home is still condemned."  "It hasn't been clear for any walk-throughs until a final inspection is completed.  Nobody should be in that home touring it."

As of Friday morning, the for-sale sign was no longer at the property.  The home also couldn't be found current on-line real estate listings.  The Lansing State Journal has more.

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