According to the website of The Hill on February 3, a helipad built at Mar-a-Lago, a club in Florida, will soon be demolished.
The report said that the apron was used by Trump during his presidency.
According to the Palm Beach Daily News, the parties concerned filed an application to demolish the apron on the 2nd.
It is not clear how long it will take to demolish it, but Palm Beach Pyramid Builders will be responsible for the removal of the helipad at a cost of $15,000.
Palm Beach Town initially did not allow for helipad construction, but an exception came after Trump took office because it was believed that if Trump could take a helicopter to Mar-a-Lago, he would not cause more traffic on the town’s South Avenue.
The apron was built in February 2017.
The report also said that the helipad will be demolished in the context of Trump’s attempt to turn Mar-a-a-Lago into his permanent residence. However, his neighbors and others opposed Trump’s intentions, claiming that he was not allowed to live in the resort.