Wrigley deal hits snag, talks continue

Marathon negotiations over a $500 million plan to renovate Wrigley Field and the land around it hit a snag Saturday over sign size rooftop compensation and the rooftops’ demand for an extension of their revenue-sharing agreement with the team.

In 2004, the Tribune Company signed a 20-year agreement with the rooftops requiring the clubs to share 17 percent of their revenues with the team.

The Ricketts family, who now owns the Cubs, wants out of that agreement. But the rooftops are insisting on an extension under the same revenue sharing terms.

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