The Dickson County Commission will consider a list of changes to its fireworks sales regulations at its work session tonight, including raising the permit fee from $25 to $1,000. The proposed amendment to the county’s zoning ordinance would allow fireworks sales only on property zoned agricultural, commercial or industrial under a temporary use permit. It would require the vendor to obtain a county business license and a state fire marshal’s permit as well as pay a fee of $1,000 for each sales location each year. It would restrict fireworks sales to a 30-day period observing the July 4 and Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Other new requirements include signage, a minimum of 10 parking spaces that must be gravel, concrete or asphalt and there must be at least two fire extinguishers present. The amendment is on the agenda for the commission’s work session at 7 pm tonight in the Courthouse Annex in Charlotte.