Cubs trim Wrigley signs to win federal tax credit

    The Chicago Cubs are heading back to the Commission on Chicago Landmarks to change its plan for outfield signs in the renovated Wrigley Field in hopes of winning a federal tax credit said to be worth $75 million.

    In an unexpected development, the Cubs are scheduled to appear before the commission Dec. 4, when they will present a revised proposal that includes six outfield signs above the Wrigley Field bleachers instead of the seven the panel approved in July, according to a source familiar with the plan.

    Read more in Crain’s Chicago Business.

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