Donald Trump is said to be in a prolonged stalemate with neighbors at his Bedminster country club over plans to build a private ceremony he wants to be buried in.
A report of Business intern says Mr Trump sought permission over 10 years ago from local authorities to build a private funeral site for the family behind the first tee of his sprawling 520-acre golf club 40 miles west of New York.
Mr. Trump also filed a proposal to build another cemetery of just under 300 plots to sell to club members.
The proposal still causes tensions between the Trump Organization, which owns the course, and the Bedminster Land Use Board, according to Insider.
Bedminster Land Use Board secretary Janine De Leon reportedly told the Initiated she had no update on the cemetery proposal.
Former GOP committee member Sally Rubin said: “The rules we put in place were limited to a number and could not be seen from Lamington Road.
“So who cares what he does on his hundreds of acres of property? “
The Washington post reported in 2017 that the cemetery plans had been approved.
Board members said they were “baffled” by the request.
“It never made sense to me,” said former chairman of the board, Robert Holtaway. To post.
“We do not question the motivations. We are there as a land use planning council.
In 2007, Mr. Trump said he wanted to build a “19 foot high” stone family mausoleum at the Trump National Golf Course in New Jersey.
“It’s never something you like to think about, but it does make sense,” Trump told the New York Post.
“It is such a beautiful land, and Bedminster is one of the wealthiest places in the country.”
Now 75, Mr. Trump is teasing another run for president in 2024.
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