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The winter weather is over and all is well, except for the fact that the house in the picturesque coastal town of Alderney is missing its Christmas tree.

The house has a roof and a wooden floor.

A man has been working on the roof and has been installing new panels and flooring, according to the Alderneys website.

The wooden floor is missing, according a spokesperson for the local council, the Aldermanics.

It has been replaced with a plastic one. 

There’s a lot of Christmas decor and there’s not a lot in the house.

We’re really, really disappointed,” the Aileen O’Shea said.

The roof has also been replaced, but the original wood paneling is still missing.

The roof is also covered in mud and it’s hard to see how the man can continue to do his work, according the council’s spokesperson.

The man has now been charged with neglect, according Aldernays website. 

It is believed he is the only person who has been paid for the job, as he is legally entitled to be paid.

However, he could still face up to two months in prison if convicted. 

The council said the council has already made an appeal for help to the man, and is working with the police to bring him to justice.”

We’ve been inundated with calls from people who are worried for their family and friends.

We are currently working with a professional property developer to find a solution.””

The council is looking at a number of options, including the police.

We are currently working with a professional property developer to find a solution.”

Local councils are not the only ones struggling to cope with the snow. 

In Scotland, there have been a number in the country this year, with a number set to be announced later this week.

The snow has also forced councils across the UK to spend millions of pounds repairing roads and bridges, but there are fears that the snow could spread to more vulnerable areas. 

Last month, a snow emergency was declared in Wales as well, with local authorities being forced to spend up to £1m to clear roads in the south west of the country.