An official for the state’s Environmental Protection Division said LaFayette is facing a fine in connection with its golf LaFayette has been working on its golf course with new construction that provides for an improved driving range, along with a new clubhouse and access road into the site that connects from the city airport. Mayor Neal Florence said the EPD’s concern stemmed from problems at the site that occurred after the city experienced a hard rain. Florence told the Walker County Messenger that they were not sure how much the fine would total but that they are working with the EPD’s field office in Cartersville to resolve the issue. According to the EPD’s office in Cartersville the City of Lafayette’s barriers that had been put in place for erosion control weren’t working and that the city had developed more land than they had originally stated would be developed. No word as to how much the fine will be, but it will be disclosed in a few weeks.