By Alexa Williams
MIDLAND - The ice storm might be over but the clean up process has just begun.
"I've been getting calls from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. I got a work for sale sign outside my house. I can't cut it and haul it fast enough," Dennis Clements, a local who is cleaning up trees, said.
Clean up crews and city workers have been working non-stop picking up debris and tree limbs from around town.
"The last ice storm we had, it probably wasn't even a quarter of what we're seeing now, so yeah, it's pretty bad," John Maldonado, another local who is cleaning up trees, said.
The city of Midland said right now it's a team effort in hopes to get the streets and alleys back to normal.
"Our Transportation Department, our Parks Department, our Code Enforcement Division. Those guys have been busy probably since early Saturday morning some probably even late Friday," Morris Williams, Director of Solid Waste in Midland, said.