by Lauren KruparReporterCuyahoga Falls -- A vacant, more than 11-acre parcel on Industrial Drive could be a more than 82,000-square-foot warehouse with a heliport in the future.Planning commission members approved 5-0 June 19 a plan allowing Pilot Plastics to expand the company's warehouse to include an 82,987-square-foot warehouse and storage building. A heliport -- a landing pad for helicopters -- also is proposed as part of the plan. Commission chair the Deacon David Seal and members Ed Davidian were not at the meeting."I think this is a great way to go," said Councilmember Terry Mader (R-8), who represents the ward where the warehouse would be built. "I'm all for it."According to the plan, Pilot Plastics proposes to build a 82,987-square-foot warehouse on more than 11 acres on an E-1 zoned parcel. The warehouse would be attached to the existing warehouse by a small storage space.Jendrisak Properties LLC is the property owner. The agent is Ray Fogg Building Methods Inc.Company officials said the new warehouse would create four new full-time jobs.Besides the existing Pilot Plastics building, the proposed warehouse would be surrounded by vacant land, all of which also is zoned E-1.A street leads to the lot and into a parking area for the proposed warehouse. According to city officials, the street could be extended in the future, causing the parking spaces to be moved elsewhere.Ted Jendrisak, owner of Pilot Plastics, said the site already is a registered Federal Aviation Administration heliport.Road project OK'dThe commission also approved a dedication of Main Street near Americhem.City officials said they would vacate a part of the former Main Street from Broad Boulevard through the Americhem parking lot in exchange for a new roadway leading to the Americhem expansion.Construction on the roadway already has begun, city officials said.The road would begin at Broad Boulevard and run parallel to the railroad tracks. The road could ultimately turn and connect to Newberry Street.In September, the State Controlling Board released $180,000 to the city for the road project, which is estimate to cost $361,700. The city would pay the remainder of the costs.The project would involve 1,130 feet of road reconstruction and relocation of Main Street, which would have new sidewalks, curbs, landscaping and more. The reconstructed Main Street would be built outside of the company's Broadway East building, which would become Americhem's world headquarters and research and development center.E-mail: lkrupar@recordpub.comPhone: 330-686-3915