After the search for missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth turned up no remains after 51 days, the City of Woodland Park has approved covering the cost of the landfill search.

The City of Woodland Park spent $80,000 on the Midway Landfill search, which had the costs approved in a supplemental appropriation by the city council on Thursday, KOAA, an NBC affiliate in Southern Colorado reported.

The appropriation will cover the majority of the search, which has been offset by community donations that poured to provide assistance, Miles De Young, Woodland Park Police Chief told KOAA.

In total 200 people from 40 different agencies helped in the search for Berreth, in addition to food donations and discounts provided by local businesses, according to De Young.

Berreth’s fiancé Patrick Frazee allegedly beat her with a baseball bat, burned her body, and disposed of it in the landfill. Frazee is facing two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of solicitation of murder, and tampering with a deceased body in the death of Berreth.

He is expected to enter his plea at a hearing slated for later this month.