One city leader in Missouri is working overtime to make sure everyone can get out of the snow.
Marvin McGee is the mayor of Greenwood.
He's been plowing city streets for the past few days.
"I'm a citizens’ mayor,” McGee said. “I would like to think that if I was a citizen, I would want my mayor to pitch in. That's what mayors do."
McGee says residents have been asking the city to clear the snow, but since they only have a two-man crew, he stepped in to help.
This has many people in Greenwood shocked.
"It blew me away,” resident Doyle Garner said. “I mean I was totally shocked. I mean, I grew up in a small town and I never expected to see the mayor himself getting in a Bobcat and coming out and doing all that."
McGee has been using the city's Bobcat to plow the snow since 2010.
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