While state officials talk about building a “consortium” of local governments to pay a share of a proposed new road to the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park, Mayor Bob Rial said that portion of the project will be paid by the industry being recruited, should it decide to locate a new facility here. The Dickson County Commission approved a resolution supporting the proposed new road to provide access to the southeast side of the industrial park last week and the Dickson City Council and Burns Board of Commissioners are expected to vote on similar resolutions next week. But Rial has said the new road will not require any more expense by the county or cities because that share of the cost will be covered by a contribution from the industry currently identified only as Project Falcon. “We have negotiated that with Project Falcon,” Rial said of the projected $36,500 local cost of right-of-way acquisition for the road. “The package I presented to the commission eight months ago is still in effect,” Rial said of the incentive proposal that includes donating 146 acres and a 15-year graduated tax abatement program. The mayor said a local match is “typical” under the Tennessee Department of Transportation program that is proposing to build the new road at an estimated cost of $3 million. But each time the new road has been discussed at the commission, Rial has said it will not represent any more commitment of county funds. State and local officials have said the new road is contingent on Project Falcon selecting Dickson for its new manufacturing facility, which will reportedly be a $165 million investment creating 300 new jobs, with the potential for expansion. Officials say the Fortune 500 company has narrowed its search to Dickson and Jonesboro, Arkansas.