Rooftop owners agree not to sue Cubs if only 2 signs

Six weeks after the Chicago Cubs told rooftop owners they were done negotiating, the rooftop businesses are looking to strike a deal over signs at Wrigley Field.

Two owners said Thursday that the rooftop businesses have agreed not to sue the team if it sticks to last year’s plan to install a video scoreboard and one advertising sign in the outfield and pull back from its recent push for more signs with more potential for blocked views.

The rooftop owners reached out to the Cubs with the offer in recent weeks to resolve their long-running disagreement over proposed outfield signage that threatens their businesses and a tradition unique to Chicago.

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