The Dickson City Council is scheduled to vote on a resolution for the proposed new road to the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park as well as begin the process of annexing the recently purchased addition to J. Dan Buckner Park at tonight’s monthly meeting. A resolution authorizing the Tennessee Department of Transportation to contract with the city to build a new industrial access road is a part of the ongoing negotiations with the unidentified Project Falcon. The county commission passed a similar resolution last month and Mayor Bob Rial said the company being recruited for a new manufacturing facility has agreed to pay the local share of right-of-way acquisition should it decide to locate in Dickson. Rial has said the new road will not include any more local dollars. Last fall the city paid a little over $90,000 to purchase 60 acres adjacent to Buckner Park from the Neal Tidwell estate. Mayor Don Weiss said the city could not pass up the opportunity to increase the city’s largest park by 50 percent at such an affordable price and the money came from the city’s contingency fund. The council will begin the process of annexing that land with public hearings and first votes on a plan of services and an annexation ordinance at tonight’s meeting. The council also is scheduled for a second and final vote on an amendment to allow mixed-use developments in the downtown business district that can include residential uses on the ground level. The council meets at 7:00 tonight in Dickson City Hall.