Why Trump’s golf course at Baywood greens is costing taxpayers more than $250,000 per day
Golf courses at Baywoods Golf Club in North Carolina are now costing the state more than the $250 million that was initially estimated to be spent on them.
According to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the state spent $1.3 million on the course, but the cost has jumped to $250 per day, per the agency.
At $50 million per day (or $2.4 million per month), the course is now costing taxpayers nearly $2 million a day, or about $26,000 a day.
That’s more than twice as much as the $25 million cost estimate originally proposed.
According the Department, the cost of the project was initially put at $100 million and has since increased to $220 million.
A total of $250 billion is spent annually on projects related to climate change, according to the State of the Climate report, a report released last month.
The cost has gone up since the project started in 2017, with the state’s cost ballooning by $50 billion to more than half a trillion dollars.
According that report, the average cost of a new golf course is $150 million to $300 million, according the Daily Mail.
While the state says that’s an underestimate, the Department has said the average is much higher.
The project has been plagued by delays, cost overruns and environmental problems.
In 2017, the state received a $2 billion loan from the U.S. Department of Energy to help with the project.
At the time, the DOE said that it would cover the project through 2019.
But the project has faced multiple delays and cost overrun issues.
Last month, the U:S.
Army Corps of Engineers announced that it was reviewing the project, after the project’s developers initially said they were working on the project for more than two years.
At a hearing on Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it would continue to monitor the project to ensure that the environmental impact assessment was complete and accurate.
“We will continue to evaluate the project as the EPA works with the developers and others involved to ensure its safe, cost-effective, and appropriate to meet the state and local permitting requirements,” EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said in a statement.
“The federal government is committed to protecting the environment and ensuring that our public lands are accessible to everyone.”