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Alderman Introduces Proposal Allowing Cubs To Sell Beer, Wine In New Wrigley Plaza
Published November 27, 2013
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UNHAPPY FANS: In Chicago, Fran Spielman writes the new outdoor plaza ordinance is the "latest in a string of City Hall concessions to the team that have prompted Wrigleyville residents to call Emanuel the 'Cubs’ most valuable player'" in '13. The Chicago Plan Commission last week "infuriated Wrigleyville residents by authorizing the Cubs to take an additional 10 feet of street and sidewalk to enlarge the stadium footprint to accommodate wider aisles, more concessions and a larger Budweiser deck" (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 11/27).