Work continues on finalizing the deal to bring Project Falcon to Dickson County, Mayor Bob Rial told members of the Dickson County Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon Monday. Meanwhile, the mayor said another company is in discussions for a possible location in the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park that could mean another 50 jobs. In his state-of-the-county address to the chamber, Rial said meetings between local and state officials and Project Falcon representatives have continued as recently as last week, with more to come soon. “I can assure you it’s moving forward,” Rial said. The unnamed Fortune 500 company in Oklahoma has said Dickson is its preferred site for a new facility that will eventually represent a $160 million investment and create up to 300 new jobs, the single largest industrial investment in Dickson County history. Rial said another company that he did not identify has been looking at purchasing an existing building in the industrial park for more than a month now. He said that project could turn into a $25 million investment with 50 new jobs. The mayor added that a company that purchased a local operation in March 2012 is considering expanding and moving all of its Tennessee operations to Dickson County. Despite the current vacancy for a director of the chamber, Rial said city, county and state officials as well as the staff and directors of the chamber are continuing to move forward in promoting the county and responding to requests for information.