Speech to Text for New jobs coming to Aberdeen after city officials set aside differences
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expected in aberdeen... this comes after city officials set their differences aside... making a unanimous vote to allowa new company to move into the city... wtva's daniella oropeza was at this evening's meeting. she joins us after speaking with city officials. madison, during the last board of aldermen meeting the mayor's salary was cut due to conflicts between aldermen and the mayor... but tonight... that was left in the past... the room was packed... and a new company has been approved to move into the city... to god be the glory." "my reaction to it was togod be the glory, you know, let's continue to move on. actually to be honest with you, i've never mentioned it since i've been back in the board room." two weeks ago...a decision was made to slash mayor maurice howard's salary by aldermen who say he is not accessible and never in his office at city hall... howard responded by saying they want to micromanage him... but...during tuesday's meeting...that discussion was left behind... "i'm a team player. i'm a person that easily forgives. let's move on." "we could use more inclusion from the mayor's office and the board of aldermen but the meeting went well tonight. it was a good meeting." and it was even noticed by residents. "everybody was on one accord and that's what it needs to be at all times." a unanimous vote was made to bring a georgia company to aberdeen. "we are under promising and we intend to over deliver. we'll bring more jobs then we have promised." "allowing bradbury logistics to move into the old holley building will open up 150 jobs." "we need jobs here i the city and this will be great for the city of aberdeen." "i'v seen aberdeen go down and now we're going back up." now mayor howard has one thing to say about this fresh start. "to god be the glory." bradbury logistics ceo howard harper tells me he hopes to begin manufacturing during the second quarter of 2019. live in aberdeen. daniella oropeza. wtva nine news. state