The unidentified Fortune 500 company considering locating a manufacturing facility in Dickson County is dealing with “corporate issues” unrelated to its site search and has had to delay its decision, according to county Mayor Bob Rial. In an update presented at Monday’s county commission work session, Rial said Dickson County and Jonesboro, Arkansas, remain the two finalists for a new facility identified only as Project Falcon. Local officials had said the company anticipated making a decision on its search by the end of October after receiving the incentive offers from both locations. Rial said the company has had to “set aside” its decision temporarily while it deals with issues that are not related to the site selection. The county commission authorized an incentive package that includes donating 146 acres in the Dickson County-William D. Field Industrial Park and a 15-year graduated tax relief program, while other infrastructure improvements would come from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. Dickson County Chamber of Commerce President David Hamilton said in June that Project Falcon is a proposed multi-phase facility that could end up with a $250 million total investment and as many as 400 new jobs. While several deadlines have been announced and passed, Rial said Monday night no new timeline for a site decision has been revealed.