Businesses are collectively expanding in Falls Township.

During Monday’s Falls Supervisors meeting, the governing body reviewed and approved preliminary and final land development plans for several existing businesses.

Cosmos Restaurant and Bar, whose owners also own the Trenton Road shopping center where the longtime eatery is situated, are planning to add 3,000 square feet to accommodate a bigger facility for the existing Action Karate martial arts school. Once the construction is completed, attorney Michael Meginniss said Eileen’s Academy of Dance would transition into the karate school’s current space.

As part of the addition, four new trees would be planted, which Meginniss said is in line with requests from neighbors to allow “clear site access into the parking lot.”

Sunbelt Forest Products, which is located at 400 Rock Run Road, intends to build a 8,364-square-foot addition, as well as a 300-square-foot tote storage area to the existing 16,817-square-foot building.

Sunbelt representatives said the 500-acre parcel, which is situated in the Penn Warner Industrial Park, has, since the 1980s produced pressure-treated lumber. The new building addition would be located adjacent to the cylinders to which products are treated, officials said.

A&A Machinery Moving is expanding with an addition by September 2025, Albert Lykon told the Falls Supervisors. Lykon, of Lykon Investment Co., said A&A is his tenant and the company rents space “down the street” at Dean Sievers Place.

“The building will suit the same amount of employees and will actually result in less traffic on the road,” Lykon said. “Currently, they’re shuttling equipment back and forth each day.”

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