Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 8, 2019

Trump National Golf Club Environmental Zoning Violation

 The Trump National Golf Club in northern Virginia was slapped Wednesday with zoning violations after Loudoun County officials determined the property improperly removed trees from a designated floodplain. The county announced that the Trump Organization property could face fines if it does not address local zoning violations that occurred when the owners cut down trees on the site situated near the Potomac River. County officials determined following a Feb. 28 inspection of the property that the club had cut and removed trees in a 31,000-square-foot plot of land located in a floodplain, and did so without a permit.

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