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The Rosemont Cubs?

Rosemont mayor Brad Stevens has offered the Cubs a 25 acre parcel of land for a potential new stadium near O’Hare.

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Cicero’s making a play for the Chicago Cubs. Town President Larry Dominick is extending an invitation for the ballpark to relocate to that suburb. Click here for more on the story from WGN’s Kim Gordon:

Click here to see the letter from Cicero to the Ricketts.

Mayor Stephens revisits the possibility of the Cubs relocating to Rosemont, describes the fans’ and rooftop owners’ reception to the idea, and talks about alternative plans for the area.

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Rosemont Mayor Bradley A. Stephens at The Park at Rosemont entertainment plaza just off of River Road and Balmoral in Rosemont on Monday, September 27, 2010. (Stacey Wescott / Chicago Tribune)

Brad Stephens, mayor of Rosemont, explains making a 25-acre land offer to the Chicago Cubs to build a ballpark near O’Hare.

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Rosemont Mayor Bradley A. Stephens at The Park at Rosemont entertainment plaza just off of River Road and Balmoral in Rosemont on Monday, September 27, 2010. (Stacey Wescott / Chicago Tribune)

Garry chats with Mayor Brad Stevens of Rosemont about potentially moving the Cubs out of Wrigley Field and to his northwest suburb.

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Rosemont Mayor Bradley A. Stephens at The Park at Rosemont entertainment plaza just off of River Road and Balmoral in Rosemont on Monday, September 27, 2010. (Stacey Wescott / Chicago Tribune)

Garry and David Kaplan talk about possibly moving the Cubs from Wrigley Field to a new location in Rosemont.

Click here to read David Kaplan’s blog article about a possible Rosemont home for the Cubs.

Alderman has demands for Wrigley Field plans

 

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