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Wrigley Field to Hold Annual Community Meeting

By Patty Wetli | Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Share your thoughts about Wrigley Field at annual community meeting. Credit: Flickr/Lunchbox Photography

Residents don’t have much say about what happens on the field at Wrigley (and yes, we all could have managed the team better than Mike Quade), but the Cubs do seek input from the community about how the ballpark affects surrounding neighborhoods.

On Monday, Feb. 27, 6:30 – 8 p.m., the Cubs will hold their annual advisory community meeting at the 23rd District police station, 850 W. Addison St. Residents and business owners with even a remote stake in the team’s operations are encouraged to attend; the public is invited to ask questions and air concerns (as long as they don’t involve relief pitching). The agenda:

1. 2011 Season Recap & 2012 Season Overview (by Chicago Cubs)

  • 2011 Season Totals/Attendance
  • Remote Parking
  • Bike Valet Parking
  • Program Area Cleanup
  • Public Announcement During Games
  • 2011 Ice Rink
  • 2011 Concerts Overview
  • Overview of 2011 “Cubs Way” Fan Festivals & Proposed 2012 Plan(s)
  • 2012 Proposed Concerts/ Dates
  • 2012 Schedule
  • Other Proposed Activities

2. Cubs Fund

  • 2011 Cub Fund Balance, Disbursements, Appropriation

3. City Department 2011 Service Reports / Planned 2012 Program

  • OEMC – Traffic Control
  • Police – Parking Violations & Criminal Activity
  • Police – Enforcement: Towing

4. Department of Revenue

  • 2011 Department of Revenue Parking Violation, Enforcement
  • 2011 Night Baseball Permit Parking Program

5. Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection

  • Parking Lot Violations
  • Sidewalk Café Violations

6. Department of Streets & Sanitation

  • Litter Collection & Street Cleaning

7. Department of Transportation

  • Game Date Barricades / Permanent Night Game Sign Installation
  • Traffic Signal Improvements
  • Traffic Advisories

8. 2012 Major Community Issues/Further Discussion

  • Community Questions & Comments

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  • Anonymous

    Maybe an announcement for Phish on the 4th of July?

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