The Dickson County Commission approved the transfer of 16 ½ acres in the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park to the Dickson County Industrial Board, which meets tomorrow to vote on selling the land to a reported lumber operation that could create 27 new jobs. The commission voted unanimously Monday night to transfer the site on Warren G. Medley Drive between Bridgestone and Metrican. Earlier this month Mayor Bob Rial said the property will be sold to Mike Lewis for $250,000. Formerly with Middle Tennessee Lumber, Lewis plans to build a 50,000-square-foot lumber facility that will employ as many as 27 people, according to Rial. The industrial development board meets Friday to approve the sale. Rial said the proceeds from the sale will be turned over to the county and applied to paying on the loan used to develop the pad-ready sites in the industrial park, which are to become the location of the still-unidentified Project Falcon. Added on to the payment included in the proposed 2013-14 budget, the loan debt will be reduced to $375,000, which is the amount pledged through a coalition of the city of Dickson, Water Authority of Dickson County, Greater Dickson Gas Authority, Dickson Electric Service and Dickson County Chamber of Commerce. Rial said the agreement will include a stipulation that Lewis begin construction within a year of finalizing the sale or the county will have the option of buying back the property.