(CBS) The Cubs have agreed to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s requests as part of a deal to present their latest Wrigley Field renovation proposal to the Commission on Chicago Landmarks at a Thursday meeting, a City Hall source tells CBS 2.
The main conditions the Cubs acquiesced to are to reduce the size and increase spacing and other restrictions for the proposed signs. The source said that the Cubs have agreed to continue conversations with the rooftop owners and address community concerns.
The Chicago Cubs say reports implying they’ve agreed to several new changes the mayor wanted in their Wrigley Field renovation plan are not accurate.
Cubs spokesman Julian Green, “There has been no agreement to change 10 other things in our revised bleacher expansion package.”
Green says everything the Cubs previously agreed to still stands.