Hamby Brothers brought one snow plow, two loaders and three trucks to haul away the snow, Grimm said.
"Since our main street (Cumberland Street) is U.S. 40, the State Highway Administration plows right through town," Grimm said. Cars parked on the main street are then buried and must be dug out by their owners.
Once they are removed from their parking spots, the owners are directed to a large lot behind Town Hall, which was cleared by Hamby Brothers before any of the side streets were plowed.
With the residents' vehicles in that lot, then Hamby Brothers were able to clear all town intersections Monday night. Additional people were hired to help out.
"Lots of people made hot coffee and brought it out for the men while they were working Monday night," Grimm said.
On Tuesday, all fire hydrants and storm drains were cleared for safety reasons and in an effort to prevent flooding once the snow starts melting.
"We even had little flags placed on top of the hydrants so they could be found easily," Grimm said.
The town was hoping to get assistance recovering the money spent over the town budget if a state of emergency is declared.