The Dickson County Commission will hold the formal dedication of a section of Abiff Road as “Specialist 4 Benjamin ‘Benny’ Scott Underhill Memorial Road” at its work session tonight. Last month the commission approved naming the road in honor of the Dickson County native who was killed in the Vietnam War in 1968, just two days after his 22nd birthday. A 1964 graduate of Dickson High School, Underhill was an infantryman who was shot by a sniper while working as a radioman with a forward unit in the Phong Dinh region. The commission will present a resolution and replicas of signs that will be placed on Abiff Road to members of Underhill’s family tonight. Still to be scheduled is the formal dedication of Porter Road as “Jack Chandler Memorial Road” to honor the Dickson County educator who died in 1998 after a battle with cancer. The Underhill dedication is part of the agenda for tonight’s work session that also includes Mayor Bob Rial’s recommendation for a fifth and final member of the new Memorial Committee that will review and approve requests to recognize Dickson County residents by naming roads, bridges, buildings or other structures in their memories. Commissioners Booty Reed and Randy Simpkins, county historian Alan Ragan and Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Travis Plotzer have already been named to the committee. The work session is at 7 pm in the courthouse annex in Charlotte.