Mayor Bob Rial is expected to announce tonight his recommendation for moving the Dickson County Election Commission office. A recent facilities assessment by Jeff Corlew of C&I Design basically determined the current location next to the Courthouse Annex in Charlotte is in too bad a shape to make it worthwhile to make any renovations. The preliminary discussion focused on moving the election office to the former sheriff’s office training building and board of education building across the street from the old Charlotte Elementary School, which now houses the juvenile court system. Corlew said that building needs only minor work to be re-opened. There also reportedly have been some discussions about possibly moving the election office to Dickson, with potential locations in the Emergency Medical Service building on Cowan Road or in the Dickson County Public Library on Henslee Drive among those being considered. When the facilities report was presented in September, Rial said any likely move of the election office would take place after the first of the year because there is no election scheduled until the city of Dickson vote in September, allowing plenty of time without interrupting the election schedule. Because all other municipalities in the county moved their elections to coincide with state and federal elections, only the city of Dickson is scheduled to hold an election this year on Sept. 26. Rial is scheduled to address the election office situation at the county commission’s work session set for 7:00 tonight in the Courthouse Annex. Still to be determined is whether the county will spend more than $300,000 for repairs to the downtown Dickson satellite building, or relocate those offices as well.