Two established Beach Road companies seeking to expand their businesses came before the Tisbury planning board this week.

Kate and Alex Salop, owners of the Toy Box in Tisbury Marketplace, proposed opening an ice cream scoop shop next door to the toy store.

“There’s no one else selling ice cream in the marketplace,” Ms. Salop said during a presentation to the board Wednesday night.

Closer to downtown, the owners of Ackee Tree wish to expand the carry-out foods they’ve been offering at their Caribbean grocery by moving the store from 25 Beach Road to 19 Beach Road and establishing a take-out restaurant at the original shop.

“We would just be extending the menu,” proprietor Alexia Ebanks said at Wednesday’s board meeting.

The Salops, who have named their new shop Ice Box, told the board they plan to serve ice cream daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. between Memorial Day and Labor Day, with autumn hours dependent on staffing.

“It gets a little bit harder when the kids go back to school,” Ms. Salop said.

The shop will feature a rotating selection of 20 flavors from off-Island manufacturers distributed through Island Food Products, Ms. Salop said, with a grab-and-go cooler for drinks.

The only sticking point, planning board chair Ben Robinson said, is wastewater service for the new shop.

Tisbury is midway through a two-month moratorium on new applications for sewer service, requested by wastewater superintendent Jared Meader in order to apportion a significant amount of new flow that became available after his department closed leaks and illicit hook-ups over the past year.

Ms. Salop said an informal conversation with Mr. Meader indicated the Ice Box would have no trouble when its application is processed after the moratorium.

The planning board agreed to keep the written record open for the Ice Box application so the wastewater approval can be added at that time.

The Ackee Tree hearing was continued to April 5 at 6:30 p.m. after a tenant at neighboring 31 Beach Road complained about the business’s impact on a shared driveway.

Planning board members agreed to pay a visit to Ackee Tree before the hearing resumes.