PARIS — The condition of the local roads in the Maine town of Paris is generating a lot of emotion.

The chairman of the Paris board of selectmen called the police at a Tuesday meeting after two angry men were asked to speak briefly about their concerns about the roads.

The men complained the board wasn’t taking care of their roads.

No arrests were made, but police remained for much of the meeting.

The board will hold a public hearing on roads on Oct. 24 and on Nov. 14, a special town meeting will be held to ask townspeople how much they want to spend on road improvements.