The winners of last month’s Dickson election began their new four-year terms Monday. City attorney Jerry Smith administered the oath of office to Mike Legg, Joey Turbeville, Jon “Bird” Armstrong and Mike Outlaw during Monday’s monthly council meeting. Legg, Turbeville and Armstrong won unopposed bids for re-election while Outlaw topped former Councilman Robert Blue in winning his second term in an election that saw only 2.6 percent of the city’s registered voters cast their ballots. Also at Monday night’s session, the council unanimously approved on second and final reading an amendment raising the height restriction on structures in industrial zones from 45 to 75 feet; approved on second and final reading an amendment allowing boarding houses in R-3 zones only as a special exception granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals; renewed the city’s property and casualty insurance with the Tennessee Municipal League pool; approved the purchase of five sets of turnout gear for the Dickson Fire Department; and granted an on-premise beer permit for Lisa Guire, the owner of LouLou’s Liquid Lounge on Lewis Hollow Road in the former Crazy Bull Saloon. Mayor Don Weiss scheduled a special session of the council for Oct. 21 to vote on a tax incentive proposal for a new industry identified only as Project TNT, which is purchasing the former Wabash Alloys facility in the industrial park and planning to make a $25 million investment and create 55 new jobs. The special session will follow the council’s monthly Finance and Management Committee meeting at 7 pm.