With the 89th annual Dickson County Fair scheduled to start two weeks from today, the Dickson City Council will meet in a special session tonight for a final vote on an amendment limiting the number of nights noisy events are allowed at the fairgrounds. Following noise complaints after the Spring Festival at the fairgrounds, the council has proposed an amendment that would limit late-night noisy events such as demolition derbies and truck pulls to four nights during the spring event and the week of the annual county fair. The schedule for this year’s fair includes demolition derbies on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, a mini tractor pull on Tuesday, 4X4 street truck pull on Thursday and a new truck tug of war on Friday. Under the amendment to be voted on tonight, all of those events will be allowed to go past the current noise ordinance limit of 10 pm but must be completed by midnight. Mayor Don Weiss Jr. called for tonight’s special session so the amendment can be in place before the start of this year’s fair. The special session will follow the scheduled Finance and Management Committee meeting, which has been moved to a new starting time of 6 pm at Dickson City Hall.