Wrigley Field plaza rules get panel’s OK

A new ordinance regulating the plaza the Cubs are building next to Wrigley Field is one step closer to becoming law—to the team’s dismay.

The city’s license and consumer protection committee today approved the creation of a new sports plaza venue license, which would dictate alcohol sales, hours of operation and special events in the plaza.

Under the proposal, only Cubs ticket holders would be able to get into the plaza during Cubs games or other stadium events like concerts. The Cubs would be allowed to sell beer and wine in the plaza until one hour after day games and until the end of night games with a hard stop at 11 p.m…



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