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Published: Monday, Feb. 11 2013 12:05 p.m. MST

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toosmartforyou
Farmington, UT

But Mayor Winder just was quoted as saying that everyone "loves west valley City." Really??? Why wouldn't they want to retain the Hale Theater? I guess maybe Maverik has some red-hot deal for them.

Spiff
Salt Lake City, UT

Sounds to me like some of the richy rich don't want to go to West Valley City, they would much rather go to Sandy.

UtahMountain
Salt Lake City, UT

Sandy only offered Hale Center Theatre 5.5 acres. West Valley City offered the theatre 11 acres. If the theatre wants to build in Sandy, they must also build a parking structure to accommodate all of the patrons. With an additional cost of well over $10 Million to build a sufficient parking structure, it's hard to believe that ticket prices won't increase dramatically if they go to Sandy. West Valley City could provide sufficient surface parking and save the theatre millions--literally.

VST
Bountiful, UT

@UtahMountain,

You need to read this article more carefully:

"Sandy has offered the theater 11.5 acres near 9950 S. Monroe St., close to 10000 South and I-15."

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