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Langerud wrote checks to herself from the company account totaling more than $122, Fayose is facing an 11-count charge bordering on receiving illegal monies to fund his 2014 governorship campaign in Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has been released from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) custody.org or postal mail to Teri Kouba,Bergman said the top "on/off" sites turned out to be the UND Memorial Union, Washington St. into compliance with city noise laws after the clinic has been in violation since opening in March 2014Residents of a condo complex neighboring the clinic have complained since March 2014 about the constant loud noise caused by the clinic’s boiler heating system and chiller cooling systemAltru has attempted multiple times to lower the noise levels but the sound is still louder than allowed by law at nightCity code states noises in residential areas must be below 50 decibels between 11 pm and 8 am and below 55 decibels between 8 am and 11 pmAt Tuesday’s meeting Altru spokeswoman Gina Hardley said her company still has several possible solutions it wants to try including buying a new chiller for the north side of the clinic and shutting down the chiller on the south side which neighbors the condo complexThe chiller which only runs during warm-weather months is the primary problem she said as the boiler’s noise has been lowered to within compliance by a couple of decibels The boiler runs constantly year-roundTwo condo residents who spoke at the meeting agreed the chiller is the main problem"I just think that the noise is still really bad" Bob Pifer said "We can’t even enjoy being out on our patio it’s that loud"Council member Terry Bjerke suggested the committee give Altru until the end of this year’s warm weather to try to fix the problem partly because Altru has already spent more than $25000 trying to fix it and is still making an effort"I think we owe them because it’s not our money (being used to fix this)" Bjerke said "We’ll continue to let them work on this"Throughout Altru’s efforts Public Health inspectors will continue to take sound readings Bjerke said If the chiller’s noise persists into next summer the city will have to look at other enforcement options he said Council member Crystal Schneider agreed with giving Altru more time"I think they are making the best effort to really solve this issue" she saidAnimal ordinanceThe council’s Service/Safety Committee also recommended changes to the city’s animal ordinance at Tuesday’s meetingAccording to a draft of the amended ordinance ferrets must be vaccinated for rabies in addition to cats and dogs for which vaccines are already required by city lawThe vaccines must be administered according to label requirements and the pet owner must obtain a copy of a vaccination certificate according to the draftThe ordinance change still must be approved by the full City CouncilTony Jennaya and Allison Edberg and their mom Jackie Edberg haven’t seen Nathan for nearly 20 years As they’ve marked life’s moments — graduations marriages and having children — their memories of Nathan remain strongNathan Edberg went missing on April 14 1999 after being last seen at Decoy’s Bar in White Bear Lake He was 21 when he disappeared and will turn 41 years old in SeptemberInvestigators continue working on the case with hopes of finding some evidence to help solve his disappearanceThe investigationThe night of his disappearance Edberg’s truck was found in a ditch near Interstates 694 and 35 with its lights off and doors locked There was no physical evidence at the scene and Edberg had only a pager on him at the time according to investigatorsSince then there have been no confirmed sightings or attempts at communication from him investigators say"Basically when I look at it I can’t eliminate anything at this point because we just don’t have enough information" said Miles Kensler a crime-scene investigator for the Ramsey County sheriff’s office and now the fourth investigator on the caseWhen someone disappears Kensler said there are typically three initial theories explaining the disappearance These include running away meeting foul play or passing away from an accident None of these are ruled out in Edberg’s disappearanceThroughout the two decades since his disappearance advances in technology have changed how investigators approach the case They now quickly run his DNA and Social Security number through databases and share an age-enhanced photo of Edberg on social media that reaches thousands"Twenty years ago you couldn’t reach that audience You just couldn’t You would have to hope that somebody would see a snippet on the Channel 5 news and call in" Kensler saidHe added that he is hoping for "one piece of the puzzle" that leads him to answers about Edberg’s disappearance"How can I go talk to Jackie and tell her I haven’t done anything How do you not care It’s hard to not feel a connection to that" Kensler saidJackie said Nathan was "going through a lot" at the time of his disappearance She and Nathan’s father had separated his girlfriend broke up with him and he wasn’t working "Everything was piling up . That often makes me think did he just say ‘To hell with this I’m getting away’" she saidBut Kensler said it’s difficult for a person to up and disappear"I think it would be really hard for a person to . not contact anybody (and) drop everything and leave" he said But he added that this doesn’t rule out that Nathan Edberg isn’t out there"It’s very trying but when you look at it you have to understand this has been here for 20 years and you’re not going to solve it in a day" Kensler saidFamily’s resilienceJackie Edberg calls the Ramsey County sheriff’s office nearly every month to check for updates on her son’s caseSometimes she thinks she sees Nathan out in public "I’m always looking for him I know that sounds crazy after almost 20 years" she saidCiting their mother’s resilience her three younger children say their life hasn’t been "on pause" the past two decades"If I end up with a little bit of her resilience and strength and her ability to kind of keep going everything will be fine" Jennaya Edberg saidJennaya who was 15 when Nathan disappeared and now lives in Waverly Minn.

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