Wrigley neighbors demand answers on traffic, crowd control

Wrigleyville residents got to take their yearly swings at Cubs officials Tuesday over quality-of-life issues around the ballpark, as ongoing negotiations about a deal to fix up Wrigley Field raises the possibility of additional night games, concerts and real estate development that could bring even more people into the crowded neighborhood.

Parking and traffic were primary items of concern, with one neighborhood activist issuing a grade of F for how congestion is handled at the corner of Clark and Addison streets. Speakers at the meeting demanded answers on traffic and crowd control before they would support any major changes at Wrigley Field.

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