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operation But close as he is to the presidency his chances of ever getting the job fall somewhere between remote and imaginary Must Watch More than 100 people packed the council’s chambers less than two weeks after St Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty of manslaughter in the July 2016 shooting death of Castile a black motorist during a traffic stop in Falcon HeightsCity officials sat silently during the public comment period of the council’s twice-monthly meeting while community members called on Mayor Jerry Faust Police Chief Jon Mangseth and several council members to step down"Residents of St Anthony Village have lost confidence in our city’s leadership" said Sandi Sherman who organized the demonstration on Facebook "It is time for Mayor Faust to resign so St Anthony can heal and find real solutions to the challenges we face"St Anthony on Monday announced it had reached a nearly $3 million settlement with the family of Castile a 32-year-old cafeteria supervisor at a St Paul elementary schoolSherman a member of St Anthony Villagers for Community Action said the settlement underscores the city’s culpability in Castile’s death"Legal settlements after mistakes do not show leadership" Sherman said "Settlements without accompanying change show that the governance of the city must change that the police department must change"John Thompson a friend of Castile called the settlement "blood money""We want you to stand up today and say that you quit" Thompson said though tears "We’re coming for your seats"The June 16 acquittal of Yanez who is Latino prompted days of protests including one in St Paul that shut down Interstate 94 for hours and ended with 18 arrestsThe $2995 million settlement for Valerie Castile will be paid by the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust which holds the insurance policy for the city of St AnthonyAfter Yanez’s acquittal the city of St Anthony said it was offering Yanez a "voluntary separation agreement" from the police department and he would no longer be an on-duty officer The department serves the cities of St Anthony Lauderdale and Falcon Heights where the shooting occurredDuring his trial Yanez 29 testified that Castile ignored his commands not to pull out his gun after he told the officer he was armed Castile had a permit for the gun but did not disclose that information to Yanez who told jurors during his trial that he feared for his life when he opened fire The shooting gained widespread attention after Castile’s girlfriend who was in the car with her 4-year-old daughter livestreamed its aftermath on FacebookIn the wake of Castile’s death St Anthony agreed to undergo an assessment by the US Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services In March the office outlined goals and objectives for its assessment of the police department The assessment includes traffic stopsSherman and the other speakers Tuesday night also pointed to other issues with the city’s government in their calls for resignationsSeveral residents of St Anthony’s Lowry Grove RV Park who are being evicted so the area can be redeveloped said city officials have offered no assistance in finding alternative housingSpeakers also cited the St Anthony officials’ 2012 denial of a conditional use permit for the Abu-Huraira Islamic Center in the city which they said was motivated by religious intoleranceSome accused Faust of using racial epithets and making misogynistic remarks prompting jeers and shouts of "Resign" from the crowdThe meeting ended about 9:20 pm after two hours of public comment No one spoke in support of Faust or other officialsAfter the meeting Faust declined to comment about the comments or whether he would resignCouncil member Hal Gray called Faust an effective leader and said he does not believe the mayor should resign Gray added that he has never heard Faust use a racial epithet even as they work to revise the legislation to satisfy both moderate and 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and over his characterisation of Russia as an aggressor towards Ukraine. Rolla, national retail marketing manager for General Mills in Minneapolis; Meloney Linder, and Tottenham Hotspur carved yet another sublime episode in Europe this season. a reporter for The Washington Post. and become a hub for science, Levy found out a vet tech from the veterinary hospital she thought she was having her dog euthanized at was taking care of her ailing dog. but from now on I will hang it up and make sure it is out of reach. in Grand Forks celebrating its 40th anniversary of serving people in nurturing home-based settings instead of in institutionsOne of DHI’s three co-founders Leland H Lipp was present to talk about the history of the company and its growth in Grand ForksLipp a psychologist working at what was formerly the Medical Rehabilitation Center Hospital in Grand Forks in the 1970s wanted to find a way to get children with developmental disabilities into a better environment while being treated“We didn’t want kids to be institutionalized” Lipp said “We wanted them in a family living-type situation”This led to Lipp Dick Christensen and Clarence Ohlsen — all professionals working in children’s services at the time — founding the original Development House in 1974 which was a foster home on Dyke Avenue for children who needed care at what was formerly the Medical Center Rehabilitation Hospital where Lipp worked at the timeTwo of these first children were Dawn Goulet 13 and BJ Cammack 11Forty years later the two women were present at the Development Homes open house to celebrate the progress they have made toward achieving independenceDevelopment Homes CEO Sandi Marshall had nothing but good things to say about Goulet who is now 52 perpetually smiling and living in her own apartment with her pet rabbit Molly“She is the most pleasant person I’ve met in my entire life” Marshall saidEnding institutionalizationWhile Goulet and Cammack were able to experience 40 years of DHI’s home-based treatment many others before them were denied such treatment until a major lawsuit in 1980 led to drastic changes in how developmentally disabled people were treated in North DakotaThe Association for Retarded Citizens of North Dakota (now know as The Arc) brought a case against the state regarding what used to be known as Grafton State School’s conditions and treatment of individuals The lawsuit resulted in a drastic reduction in patient populations and improved treatment for those who remainedFor those that were de-institutionalized DHI helped move many people from institutional settings to home-based settings DHI continued to build more homes in the area and now has seven residences in neighborhoods around Grand Forks many of which aren’t recognizable as group homesMarshall said DHI serves nearly 200 people Forty-five live in the group homes approximately 80 are provided in-house care in their own residences 15 families receive family support and around 45 are involved in the company’s employment programTori Johnson president of DHI’s board of directors said the company’s staff is very personal in their work“It really is a vocation and passion” she said “It’s not just a job to them”To conclude the open house program a short video played telling the stories of Goulet and Cammack At the end of the video presentation Goulet could be seen on the screen being asked how she felt about her 40 years’ experience with DHIHer smile matched her response:“Happy” she saidFranken announced last week that he intends to resign amid allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior from several womenIt’s widely speculated that Dayton will pick Lt Gov Tina Smith — a stalwart ally of his with a career of working behind the scenes but never in the glare of a spotlight such as that which shines on a US senatorDayton has the sole authority to appoint a replacement who will serve until 2019 Minnesotans will have their say during the November 2018 general election which will now include both US Senate seatsSince Franken hasn’t actually resigned Wednesday’s announcement will be just that: an announcement not a swearing-in with pompDayton will no doubt say why he’s picking his designee And that person is expected to be on hand as well perhaps with prepared remarks and most likely ready to answer questions from the mediaIt’s safe to assume that Dayton a Democrat will appoint a like-minded Democrat so don’t expect any major pivots on policy issuesStill there are questions that need to be answered Here are a few:CARETAKER OR CANDIDATEDoes the new senator plan to merely hold the seat as a caretaker as some Democratic strategists are hoping or does she plan to run in the 2018 election as other Democrats are hopingThis is a political question A caretaker path would appease some local Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party activists who want to respect the DFL nominating process opening the field to numerous candidates for vetting On the other hand an appointee who wishes to run in 2018 would have the advantage of incumbency — a tactic strongly urged by some national Democratic strategistsLT GOVERNOR SUCCESSIONIf it is indeed Smith who will become lieutenant governor According to the Minnesota Constitution and state law the president of the state Senate would ascend to the post This could get awkward since Republicans currently control the Senate and the president is state Sen Michelle Fischbach of PaynesvilleAdding to the intrigue: the Senate currently tilts Republican by one vote 34-33 A Fishbach vacancy would make it an even split — except that Sen Dan Schoen’s resignation (also amid allegations of sexual misconduct) takes effect Friday CONSTITUENT SERVICESHow will the continuity of the Senate office be ensuredThis is more than a mere bureaucratic question Constituents — regular Minnesotans with federal concerns ranging from citizenship to Social Security problems — rely on our two senators to shepherd their concerns when other options fail These sorts of transitions happen whenever a senator leaves office but usually there’s a lot more lead timeBengaluru: Questioning Rahul Gandhi’s temple visits ahead of the coming Karnataka assembly polls union minister and Karnataka election-in-charge Prakash Javadekar said Congress was earlier "pseudo secular" but is now "pseudo Hindu" "They are changing brands They were earlier pseudo secularists now they represent pseudo Hinduism People understand what is an election gimmick and what is true devotion" the minister said He claimed that Gandhi did not go to temples in Delhi when he was elected Congress president which was the biggest day in his life File image of BJP leader Prakash Javadekar Reuters "He goes to temples in Gujarat and Karnataka because there is election So it is a vote gimmick But people are not fools Robust common sense works and people understand who is a real devotee and who is an election devotee" He took a dig at the ruling Congress in Karnataka saying that on the one hand its leaders are visiting temples and on the other brought out a circular from taking and appropriating all temples mutts under the endowment department The circular was later withdrawn hurriedly under public pressure he pointed out Welcoming Gandhi to Karnataka on behalf of his party the union minister said his arrival ensures BJP’s victory "Congress president Rahul Gandhi is in Karnataka We welcome him because wherever he goes the BJP wins This is the track record It has been seen in Uttar Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Uttarakhand Assam Maharashtra Haryana Jharkhand Jammu and Kashmir and recently Gujarat" Alleging deterioration in the law and order in Karnataka he said 25 pro-Hindu activists and murder of two journalists give a clear picture of ‘lawlessness’ in the state An Audi research facility in Dresden Germany has managed to create the first batches of diesel fuel with a net-zero carbon footprint made from carbon dioxide (CO2) water and renewable energy sources such as wind or solar power Germanys government has welcomed the new technology created in partnership with a greentech company called Sunfire Johanna Wanka Germany’s Federal Minister of Education and Research even test drove the fuel and called it "a crucial contribution to climate protection and the efficient use of resources" according to an Audi press release The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Manufacturing involves first breaking down steam into hydrogen and oxygen through high-temperature electrolysis The hydrogen then reacts with CO2 to create a liquid called “blue crude” This is then refined to make the e-diesel A visual infographic released by Audi explains the steps in detail Audi Handout The next stage for the project will be industrial scale production because Sunfire only has capacity to produce 3000 liters (7925 gal) of e-diesel in coming months "If we get the first sales order we will be ready to commercialize our technology" said Sunfire CTO Christian von Olshausen in a company 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