Megaplex remodels Stadium 8 theater, parking ordinance amended; Cedar City Youth City Council

CEDAR CITY —  A representative of the Larry H. Miller Megaplex Theatres asked the Cedar City Council in its regular meeting Wednesday night to approve an amendment to the city’s parking ordinance to help the company in its remodel plans for Stadium 8 Theatres, 1040 Sage Drive.

The amendment will be effective for any subject to the ordinance; in the case of Megaplex, it will allow a change of parking space ratios for the theater parking lot from 4-to-1 parking to 5-to-1; the amendment will apply

Megaplex Theaters

Megaplex Theaters President Blake Anderson, who reside in and operates business out of Salt Lake City, addressed the council regarding the addition. By expanding parking allotments, the ordinance will allow Stadium 8 to be constructed into a “real Megaplex Theater,” he said.

“The beauty of theaters is that we work on the off-hours when most businesses are gone and other businesses are closed,” he said. “In order to add on to the building we needed the parking allowance in the community for the future.”

The remodel, which Anderson said will be under construction immediately, will include three additional screens, a food court and a lobby area with restrooms.

Youth City Council

The Youth City Council, made up of 11 high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors were sworn in at the council meeting.

Youth City Council Mayor Kaleigh Bronson spoke of activities the council will be participating in during their time on the youth council including handing out candy to children at the Valley View Medical Center’s new walking trail on Halloween and having a bake sale fundraiser in January for their Legislature Day at the state Capitol.

Cedar City Youth City Council were sworn in at council meeting, Cedar City, Utah, Oct. 22, 2014 | Photo by Holly Coombs, St. George News
Cedar City Youth City Council were sworn in at council meeting, Cedar City, Utah, Oct. 22, 2014 | Photo by Holly Coombs, St. George News

The youth council seeks to improve the city by working with the City Council and takes part in political activities that help them understand local government.

City Recorder Renon Savage read and had the Youth City Council members recite the oath.

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