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Contract extended for Dane Co. 911 Center Director John Dejung

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Dane County board members decided to renew the contract of 911 Center Director John Dejung.

The 911 center has been under pressure recently to improve its dispatching of emergency crews.

Dejung will receive a 5 year extension of his contract, which will pay him more than $142,000 a year. He was introduced as the Director back in 2009 after serving the same position in Minneapolis for 12 years. 

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