Dixon has served two terms on the board. He will be replaced in January by Jerry Pope.
The commission will also hold a work session at 2 p.m. and a public hearing at 4:30 p.m.
The work session include a visit from Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Kight and Heather Miller, speaking about the Georgia Department of Human Services Parental Accountability Court Program proposed for Ware County.
Other items include a request to re-appoint Darrell Roberson to the Ware County Board of Assessors for another three-year term. His current term ends Dec. 31.
Commissioners will also discuss the 2016 Indigent Defense Agreement for the Public Defender’s Office, a bid from the Coca-Cola Company to continue to supply beverages for the recreation department, a contract for the maintenance building roof to Brantley Roofing, a new Administration Annex artist rendering, a revised Ware County Alcohol Ordinance, a bid on paving of Woodell Heights Subdivision and a bid on the GDOT Safety Project on Harris Road, authorization for the tax commissioner and approval of Wolverton proposal (engineering) on Hatcher Point Road.
The public hearing is being held to consider Ware County subdivision regulations text amendment, for basic streets, rights-of-way and required paving.
Also during the regular meeting, commissioners will recognize the Ware County Employee of the Month, Ashlea Varnadore of the Probate Court and Edward Cady will be recognized for achieving advanced certification in human relations.
Commissioners will enter into executive session at the end of the meeting but will reconvene to announce any decisions made on personnel matters.