Cubs, City Want Deal On Wrigley Restoration By Opening Day

A frustrated Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Wednesday there’s a deal to be made between the Cubs and the rooftop owners that would generate the $300 million needed to renovate Wrigley Field if only the competing parties would “seize it.”

Emanuel had hoped to nail down an elusive agreement on the Cubs request to lift restrictions on outfield signs and night games and open Sheffield Avenue for street fairs on game days in time to introduce an ordinance authorizing more night games at Wednesday’s City Council meeting.

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