PARIS – One of two paired campaigns managed to put its candidates on the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday, though not without a fight from the other duo.

Incumbent Raymond Glover won a sixth three-year term with 640 votes, alongside former police chief and Oxford County Sheriff Lloyd “Skip” Herrick, who had 727 votes. Glover and Herrick campaigned together in the run-up to the election.

Al Atkinson had 473 votes, while Troy Ripley had 579. Atkinson and Ripley also campaigned together.

George “Buddy” Coffren Jr. had 83 votes.

In other votes, Mark Bancroft and Peter Bickford were elected to three-year terms as trustees with the Paris Utility District and Ann Marie Convey and Mary Pietroski won three-year terms on the SAD 17 board.

Voters approved a Planning Board ordinance 702-432, a Budget Committee ordinance 742-384, and a sign ordinance 661-463.

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