Chicago Cubs apply for permit to erect Wrigley Field right field sign
January 27, 2014 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The ongoing dispute between the Cubs and the Wrigley Rooftop owners is heating up again.
The Cubs have applied for a permit to put up a 650 square foot sign in right field.
Rooftop owners claim that will block their view, and they're taking legal action.
The owners released a statement saying the sign will violate their contract with the Cubs.
A Cubs spokesperson says the sign will be built once they receive permits and approvals.
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