Seattle's "Squirrelman," David Csaky, has been given 10 days to move out of his homemade tree house and into a new home, according to a report.
Csaky, 52, will be given until April 18 to move out of his elaborate tree house, while neighbors have found an RV for Squirrelman, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported Wednesday.
City Light and the Seattle Department of Transportation own the lot, under Interstate 5 in the city's Eastlake neighborhood, where Squirrelman built his nest three years ago, the paper said.
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"The [tree house] does have to be moved, and it will be," Suzanne Hartman, communications director for City Light, told the Post-Intelligencer.
Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels has said a shelter bed is waiting for Csaky if he wants one, but a few of Squirrelman's neighbors pooled their money and agreed to buy Csaky an RV after a Craigslist seller offered them a "Squirrelman" discount.
But when the RV's seller, Timothy Custer, arrived at the tree house, he decided to forego the agreed-upon sale price of $500, the paper reported; Custer instead decided to sell the RV to Csaky for 1 cent.
Now neighbors are looking for a place Csaky can park his new home.