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Chicago Tribune
Cubs to widen Addison sidewalk, install barriers to deter attackperimeter around its parks. Emanuel flatly rejected that idea this week as a "s
Cubs to widen Addison sidewalk, install barriers to deter attack
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
perimeter around its parks. Emanuel flatly rejected that idea this week as a "swing and a miss." Wrigleyville Ald. Tom Tunney, 44th, said he can support the compromise because it will allow one lane of traffic along Addison in each... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Cubs look for 'different solution' to shutting down Addison, Clark streetstarget" that should have its surrounding streets shut down to all but bus traff
Cubs look for 'different solution' to shutting down Addison, Clark streets
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 20 days ago
target" that should have its surrounding streets shut down to all but bus traffic. But neither the mayor's office nor Ald. Tom Tunney, whose 44th ward includes the 102-year-old stadium, have supported the prospect of shutting down the... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Quigley: Close Wrigley Field’s Surrounding Streets for Home Gamesconcerts game-day activities. Sheffield is a residential street that sees far l
Quigley: Close Wrigley Field’s Surrounding Streets for Home Games
NBC Chicago / Posted 21 days ago
concerts game-day activities. Sheffield is a residential street that sees far less traffic than Clark and Addison. Ald. Tom Tunney, who represents Chicago's 44th Ward that includes Wrigley Field, has also opposed the closure of the stadium’s... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Closing Wrigley Field streets 'a swing and a miss'the Ricketts family has tried to squeeze more revenue out of the ballpark. Nego
Closing Wrigley Field streets 'a swing and a miss'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
the Ricketts family has tried to squeeze more revenue out of the ballpark. Negotiations continue between the team and Ald. Tom Tunney, 44th, on an ordinance that would regulate how often music could be played and alcohol sold at the outdoor plaza.... Read more
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Daily Herald
Why Cubs fans shouldn't drive to Wrigley Field todayalderman, this is it. With new construction in Wrigleyville and new security m
Why Cubs fans shouldn't drive to Wrigley Field today
Daily Herald / Posted 21 days ago
alderman, this is it. With new construction in Wrigleyville and new security measures at Wrigley Field, Chicago Alderman Tom Tunney is asking Cubs fans to arrive early to today's home opener --­ and without a vehicle to park. Park for free and... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Quigley wants streets closed around Wrigley Field to deter attacksKelley Quinn said then. "Safety and security are everyone's top concern, and we
Quigley wants streets closed around Wrigley Field to deter attacks
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
Kelley Quinn said then. "Safety and security are everyone's top concern, and we will work with the community, Ald. (Tom) Tunney and the Cubs to achieve that without having to shut down two major roads in a neighborhood." In response to... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Rep. Quigley: Cubs should shut down Addison, Clark on game daysinevitable. "We just don't know." There was no immediate comment from team own
Rep. Quigley: Cubs should shut down Addison, Clark on game days
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 24 days ago
inevitable. "We just don't know." There was no immediate comment from team owner Tom Ricketts or Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Ald. Tom Tunney, whose 44th Ward houses the ballpark, said he and the city are opposed to such as step. At least for now. “He... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Chicago Warns of New Security Measures at Baseball Stadiumsadvising fans to be aware of new security measures around both ballparks. In a
Chicago Warns of New Security Measures at Baseball Stadiums
NBC Chicago / Posted 27 days ago
advising fans to be aware of new security measures around both ballparks. In a joint statement issued by OEMC and Aldermen Tom Tunney and Patrick Daley, city officials discussed new parking restrictions, security procedures at both ballparks, and... Read more
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NBC Chicago
North Side Aldermen Receive Additional Police SupportAld. Tom Tunney and Ald. James Cappelman announced Wednesday that 26 additional
North Side Aldermen Receive Additional Police Support
NBC Chicago / Posted 1 months ago
Ald. Tom Tunney and Ald. James Cappelman announced Wednesday that 26 additional officers had been added to the force in the Chicago Police Department’s Town Hall District that patrols their wards. Tunney, who represents the 44th Ward, and Cappleman,... Read more

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