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Former police officer is new Pembroke selectman
PEMBROKE – The Pembroke Board of Selectmen has an new but familiar face joining the team.
Former officer Pembroke Police Officer Michael Crockwell, with 192 votes, and current chairman Justine Courtemanche, with 181, earned the nod at Tuesday's election over incumbent Robert Samson, who garnered 149 votes.
The school board race was not contested, and Daniel Driscoll and Patricia Nardonne Boucher, with 247 and 240 votes, respectively, were each reelected.
Driscoll also won the only other contested race, defeating Paulette Malo for a three-year seat as the town's sewer commissioner.
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