Donald Trump files lawsuit over noisy Florida airportJuly 22nd, 2010 - 7:01 pm ICT by ANI
London, July 22 (ANI): Business magnate Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit against an airport close to his home in Florida in a bid to stop a planned expansion.
Trump, 64, filed the papers in Palm Beach County Circuit Court on July 19, accusing county officials of failing to assess noise and associated pollution from jet engines at Palm Beach International Airport.
The airstrip is close to his Mar-a-Lago estate and members-only beach club, the Daily Express reported.
The complaint, which also targets the airport’s director, Bruce Pelly, aims to block construction of a second runway and prevent planes flying over his properties. (ANI)
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