Panel OKs New Wrigley Sign, Council Next

Ward's alderman wants City Council to approve sign

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    The Commission on Chicago Landmarks' permit review committee approved a plan that would allow the Chicago Cubs to install a new advertising sign above the right-field bleachers.

    The electronic sign, which would measure about 75 feet, would display advertising and information about the game. 

    But the plan is not a done deal. 

    Ald. Tom Tunney (44th), whose ward includes Wrigley Field, wants the full City Council to approve the sign before the Cubs can install it, reported the Sun-Times.

    Such an ordinance would ensure that the city and Cubs agree on a set of rules for other advertising at Wrigley Field in the future.

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    The Cubs did not comment on Tunney's proposal.