The alderman who represents Chicago’s Wrigley Field wants several conditions met, before he agrees on a deal to renovate the stadium.
The Ricketts Family, which owns the Cubs, say they’ll pay the $300-million to rehab Wrigley Field, if some city restrictions are lifted.
They want the right to put more advertising signs, play more night games, and have street fairs outside.
But 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney says he won’t agree to any deal that doesn’t include more parking and better police protection.
The Cubs say they want an agreement by April 8th, but Tunney says that’s not his problem.