SABATTUS — Voters put the town's former fire chief on the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday and returned one incumbent to office.
Former fire Chief Don Therrien won the most votes in the six-way race for selectman with 396, according to results from Town Clerk Suzanne Adams.
Incumbent and Board of Selectmen Chairman Mark Duquette received 348 votes to claim the second seat.
Les Gibson got 304 votes, Greg Provost had 204, incumbent Andre Marquis recieved 172 and David Marsters got 52.
Nancy Provost won the open seat on the RSU 4 school board by a wide margin, receiving 406 votes to Brad Lemay's 180 and Linwood Bailey's 151.
All of the seats in Tuesday's races were for three-year terms.
Therrien sparred with Town Manager Andrew Gilmore two weeks ago when Gilmore released a memo concerning Therrien's abrupt resignation last spring.
Gilmore said at the time he and staff had been fielding questions from residents, prompting the new details. Therrien called the timing politically motivated.