Alderman: More work to be done on Wrigley renovation deal

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The owners of the Chicago Cubs hoped to have a renovation deal with the city of Chicago by Opening Day on April 1st, but 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney says there is still a lot of work to do.

“There are so many moving parts to this development. The task is big and I’m not sure we can absorb this certainly without a developed community process,” said Tunney.

Residents and business owners packed the Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field Annual Advisory Community Meeting at the 19th district police station Tuesday night for a briefing from city and team officials on community issues involving the historic ballpark.

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