The winners of last week’s Dickson municipal election will be sworn in for their new terms at Monday night’s Dickson City Council meeting. Mike Legg, Joey Turbeville, Jon “Bird” Armstrong and Michael Outlaw are scheduled to take the oath of office and begin their new four-year terms on the council. Legg, Turbeville and Armstrong were re-elected without opposition last week while Outlaw beat former Councilman Robert Blue in the only contested race in an election that saw only 2.66 percent of the city’s registered voters go to the polls. Legg begins his seventh term on the council and is the longest tenured member. Turbeville begins his first full four-year term after having been appointed to fill the unexpired term of Richard Arnold in the Second Ward in January 2012. Armstrong and Outlaw begin their second terms representing the Third and Fourth wards, respectively. Monday night’s agenda includes second readings on amendments to the zoning ordinance regarding boarding houses and increasing the height limit for buildings in industrial zones, discussion on property and casualty insurance, a roadway striping plan and bids for fire department turnout gear. Mayor Don Weiss also is expected to make some of his council committee appointments. After months of controversy before a beer permit was finally granted to the owner of Crazy Bull Saloon on Lewis Hollow Road after drug charges were reduced to misdemeanors, the business is seeking a new beer permit as LouLou’s Liquid Lounge under new ownership. The council meets at 7 pm Monday in Dickson City Hall. The mayor’s position and four remaining council seats currently held by Betty Lou Alsobrooks, Scott England, Horace Perkins III and Dwight Haynes will be on the next Dickson ballot in 2015.