Parking garage may break impasse for Cubs, Wrigleyville neighbors

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A plan to renovate Wrigley Field may include a new parking garage almost as big as the ballpark.

Chicago alderman Tom Tunney says the owners of the Cubs should look into building a garage on land the club owns near Clark and Grace Streets.

Lack of available parking is a big concern of Wrigley neighbors who oppose additional night games for the cubs; a garage could alleviate those concerns.

Cubs executives met again Wednesday evening with a mayoral aide to try to come up with a plan that fixes the park, satisfies the neighbors and doesn’t cost any taxpayer money.


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