Clean-up from the massive ice storm that broke off tree limbs and snapped power lines is nearly completed in Kansas City, and the cost of clean-up keeps rising. First estimated to be at $22-Million, the clean-up of debrisfrom the storm now is expected to be closer to $30-Million. The federal government has pledged to pay at least 75-percent, with the state chipping in 10-percent. Even after the debris is dealt with, city crews estimate 200,000 trees need trimming and 8,000 should be removed.