|Updated: 8/19 10:23 pm
||Published: 8/19 9:39 pm
City crews have passed the halfway point for storm debris pick up but one neighborhood wants to see crews soon.
Crews tell FOX23 News 110 zones have been cleared and there are 75 left to finish.
"Oh lord, don't say that. People are driving around looking at our neighborhoods," said Marguerite Herd.
She lives near 21st Street and South Yale Avenue in the Mayo Meadows neighborhood where debris litters yards.
Crews said they don't expect to get to her neighborhood until the end because she and other Midtown neighborhoods were hit the hardest by the July 23 storm.
"It is just a mess, it takes up the whole corner," said Herd.
FOX23 News was in her yard three weeks ago, one week after the storm, where a sweet gum tree uprooted from her front yard.
"I am sick to death of it," said Herd.
Her neighbor's cedar tree had been knocked down and still hasn't moved.
She is worried about what's underneath the dead sweet gum.
"You don't know what took up life under there," said Herd.
She believes her manicured lawn will be patched with dead grass.
"What isn't dying is going to be 6 foot tall," said Herd.
She knew it would take a while for the city to come by and pick up the debris but didn't think it would be more than three weeks.
Crews are working six days a week. Crews say they have collected enough debris to cover 160 football fields and 3 feet deep.