The Dickson County Industrial Development Board voted to authorize Chairman Donald Richardson to stand in for the unnamed industry identified as Project Falcon in applying for a variance to the city’s height restriction. Dickson codes restrict buildings to no more than 40 feet in height. At a special meeting of the board Friday, Richardson said Project Falcon plans to include a structure that will be 117 feet tall at its peak. Outgoing Dickson County Chamber of Commerce President David Hamilton said there are several buildings in the industrial park that have variances on the height restriction and by granting a variance instead of lifting or increasing the height restriction, the city will not have to spend thousands of dollars to purchase a new fire truck with the ability to reach that height. The board voted to authorize Richardson to represent Project Falcon in executing certain permits and variance applications on behalf of Project Falcon, an unidentified Fortune 500 company that reportedly has chosen the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park for the location of a $165 million industrial operation that will create 300 new jobs. The Dickson Board of Zoning Appeals is scheduled to consider the variance request at its 6:00 meeting tonight at Dickson City Hall.