The Dickson County Commission gets its first look tonight at new guidelines for naming roads, bridges and other structures in honor of residents. The five-member Memorial Committee appointed by Mayor Bob Rial is expected to present its recommended guidelines when the commission holds it monthly meeting at 7 pm in Charlotte. Over the last couple of years, the county has granted requests to name roads or bridges in honor of two law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty, a Vietnam War casualty, a World War II veteran and a career educator, among others. With more requests being submitted and no rules in place, Rial appointed Commissioners Randy Simpkins and Booty Reed and county historian Alan Ragan to a committee not only to establish procedures and guidelines, but also to review future requests. Rial later added Trooper Travis Plotzer and educator Rebecca Griffin to the committee. Also on the agenda tonight are resolutions approving two grants, a proposal to close a portion of Slater Road and approval of the county’s official road list, as well as three planning commission appointments.