The ice cream industry has been in the spotlight recently as the U.S. government and local governments have been trying to clean up streets, especially in the suburbs, which have seen an increase in crime and crime-related fatalities.

According to data from the Department of Homeland Security, there were nearly 50,000 homicides in 2017, and there were more than 6,000 drug-related homicides.

The most recent data, from 2016, found that more than half of the deaths in the U:S.

occurred in a metropolitan area.

The ice-making machines are used to churn ice into ice cream and ice cream to make drinks.

Some of these machines have been seen being used to clean roads, with a recent video showing a snow machine that was used to clear streets of graffiti.

Some ice-machine owners say the machines are often used to break ice to make ice cream.

The machines are also used to make snow cones, which are used in snow blizzards and other extreme weather.

“The machines are really big and it’s a lot of fun,” owner Mark Kostelnik told National Geographic.

The company has also been known to use them for cleaning roads, which is a common practice.

“It’s a very common practice in the city of Chicago to clear up sidewalks and then get a truck in and drive away,” said John Fagan, a spokesperson for the city.

“You’ll see the ice-scraper and then the snow-scrapers in the parking lots.”

Kostelski said he doesn’t use the machines for snow removal, because he knows what the machines can do to road surfaces.

“I have to say, they are great for snow-removal, because they make snow very quickly,” he said.

“But if it’s cold and you want to get it out, you need to have a good-quality product to work with.

You can use them to clean the sidewalks, but it’s not going to be that effective for the sidewalks.”

But for ice cream lovers, the machines may not be the best way to clean streets.

The National Park Service’s parks division, which has a $8 billion budget, has not issued a list of the top 10 most-used ice-removing machines, according to the American Ice Cream Association.

“A lot of people are going to go out and use these machines for cleaning, but then they’re going to come back and use them,” said Bob Fagan.

“There’s always going to need to be a lot more of these, because of the traffic and all the things.”