Mayor Bob Rial said Monday night he was not ready to make a recommendation on moving the Dickson County Election Commission office and put it off until next month. The agenda for Monday’s county commission work session included the election office under new business, but when it got to it in the 23-minute meeting, Rial said “I don’t have anything on that tonight.” He asked that the issue be placed on the commission’s Feb. 4 work session agenda. In September, a consultant reported that the current election office is in such disrepair it would not be financially wise to put any more money into it. Most of the discussion has focused on moving the election office to the former sheriff’s office training building in Charlotte, while one commissioner asked if the office is required to be in Charlotte. In discussing the possible move of other county offices, the Emergency Medical Services building on Cowan Road and the Dickson County Library also have been mentioned. In other business Monday night, Road Superintendent Jerry Burgess said he would have the county’s official road list ready for consideration at the commission’s Jan. 22 session and attorney Brian Ragan said a resolution on a request to close a portion of Slater Road also is expected to be presented that night. The commission also forwarded to its regular session approval of a $2,500 grant for archive supplies and a $5,500 grant for equipment to assist the hearing impaired in Dickson County Circuit Court. Both are 100 percent grants and do not require a county match. This month’s commission meeting has been moved to 7 pm Tuesday, Jan. 22, due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.