Plans Considered for Closed Golf Courses in Prince George's County
Neighbors in two Prince George's County communities hope the county is closer to turning around two old golf courses. The Lake Arbor and Marlboro Golf courses went into foreclosure four years ago. Residents have complained about the poorly kept grounds. County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins takes a look at what's being done now to find a solution. (Published Wednesday, Apr 2, 2014)
Wednesday, Apr 2, 2014 Updated at 8:49 PM EST
Upper Marlboro residents hope they are a step closer to finding a solution for two closed golf courses that have become eyesores.
Lake Arbor and the Marlborough Golf Club went into foreclosure more than four years ago. Neighbors complain the poorly kept grounds hurt the community.
Maryland Capitol Park and Planning wants to convert the land. Some of the ideas include building parks or new homes.
There's no timeline for plans for the land.