Ongoing Negotiations with the Wrigleyville Rooftop Association

The Cubs “hope to avoid litigation and will continue to talk with the rooftop businesses to determine if there are opportunities to broker a final settlement. If not, we are prepared to defend our right to expand Wrigley Field.”
New startup document 2014Ryan McLaughlin, spokesman for the Wrigleyville Rooftops Association, attended Thursday’s meeting. According to the Tribune McLaughlin said, “If these signs were to be erected, the blockage would absolutely violate or 20-year contract, just as they violate the spirit of Wrigley’s long-standing landmark status. Every rooftop owner supports a plan that’s currently on the table resulting in two signs that mitigate blockage, generates revenue to modernize Wrigley Field and takes litigation off the table.”

The lawyer representing the rooftops said seven outfield signs “would put the rooftops out of business.”

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