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Hemann turns down Hudson job, Voss accepts it

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HUDSON (KWWL) -- Terry Hemann, the man that was selected as Hudson's new superintendent, has turned down the job citing family and personal reasons.  But, Anthony Voss, Hudson's other finalist, has accepted it.

Hemann, who is currently the superintendent of the Mineral Point Unified School District in Wisconsin, told the Hudson Board of Education of his decision on Monday.

The board then held an emergency meeting Monday night and approved Hemann's release.

They then offered the job to Anthony Voss from St. Joseph's Catholic School in Marion. 

Maureen Hanson, President of the Hudson Board of Education, says Voss verbally accepted the job on Tuesday morning.

Voss will make $112,000 for the 2010-2011 fiscal year and will get ten paid holidays, 15 sick days, 20 vacation days, three days of personal leave and five days of family leave.

He will also get $3,000 for moving expenses and a $2,000 signing bonus.

Voss's contract is for two years.

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