Trump’s budget plan cuts $1.8 billion for the Whitefish Mountain Resort
The president’s budget proposal for next year’s fiscal year would cut more than $1 billion from the Whitefern Resort and the RVs at the resort.
The Trump administration said it would also eliminate $1 million in state subsidies that help Whitefins lower the resort’s operating costs.
A portion of the resort would lose nearly $1,000 in annual operating revenue.
Trump also would eliminate a $1-million federal subsidy for Whitefines’ employees to buy and operate their own home.
The budget would also cut $3 million from Whitefish’s federal workforce of 30,000 people.
Whitefills’ President Scott Borschberg says the Trump administration has not offered a timeline for when the resort will reopen.
“We’ve been here for two years, and they’ve done nothing,” he said.
We’re going to see a lot of disruption.””
This is going to be the most expensive place to operate in the country.
We’re going to see a lot of disruption.”