HUDSON: City schools Superintendent Phillip Herman has received a 3 percent raise, boosting his annual salary to $150,158, MyTownNEO reports.

He is serving his fifth year as superintendent. The school board approved the pay raise this week.

“I’m only as successful as the people I work with every day,” Herman told the website. “I’ve said that when you can look up to the people you are leading at work, then you are in a special place, and that is absolutely how I feel about working in the Hudson city schools.”

Read the full MyTownNEO report here.