Roskopf's RV Center is planning a move to the Town of Polk, freeing up its current Menomonee Falls site for a new road tied to a large mixed use development which would include apartments and retail stores. The new Roskopf recreational vehicle sales and service center would be on seven acres on Pioneer Road, just west of Highway 41, according to a proposal filed with the town. The Town of Polk Board is expected to vote on final site plan review at its meeting tonight. The need to move the business is all centered on a parcel of land that the Roskopf business currently sits on is needed in part to accommodate a new road, Falls Parkway, that is to be built next year through the development area, connecting Pilgrim Road to Water Street. The land parcel will be part of that development, which covers around 70 acres bordered roughly by Highway 45, Roosevelt Drive, Pilgrim Road and Water Street. Development firm Cobalt Partners LLC has an option to buy that ten acre parcel for $3.5 million, with the village of Menomonee Falls compensating Cobalt as part of its financing assistance for a mixed-use development. According to General Manager Gary Roskopf, his business is planning to move by late fall pending tonight’s Town of Polk Board’s approval.