The Dickson City Council passed a resolution Monday night calling for the city’s scheduled municipal election to be held Thursday, Sept. 26. One council seat from each of the city’s four wards is scheduled to be on the ballot this year. Those seats are currently held by Mike Legg in the First Ward, Joey Turbeville in the Second Ward, Bird Armstrong in the Third Ward and Mike Outlaw in the Fourth Ward. Turbeville was appointed to the council in January 2012 to finish the term of Richard Arnold following his resignation. Qualifying for the Dickson election begins Friday, March 22, with the deadline for petitions to be turned in at noon June 20. Early voting will be Sept. 6-21 with times, days and location still to be determined. Polls will be open 7 am-7 pm Sept. 26. The remaining four seats on the council and the mayor’s office are scheduled to be on the ballot in 2015. Dickson remains the only municipality in Dickson County that did not move its election to coincide with a state election date. The current discussion on possibly moving the Dickson County Election Office to the War Memorial Building could impact the location and times for early voting.