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CHICAGO-City Alderman Tom Tunney is saying he will not support the $500-million redevelopment of the Chicago Cubs’ Wrigley Field until changes are made to a hotel that is part of the project.

As the city’s Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on the project today, the 44th Ward Alderman says a pedestrian bridge over Clark Street connecting the planned hotel at Clark and Addison streets to the park must be abandoned due to safety reasons. He also wants the hotel entrance and a proposed outdoor patio above the entrance moved away from residences nearby, according to the Chicago Tribune.



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