... about the city/state owning Wrigley Field through the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority.
Or maybe he doesn't -- you can't really tell from what he says in Fran Spielman's article in today's Sun-Times:
Huh? Anyway, Daley goes on to say some things about the CTA/Metra funding crisis, which have nothing to do with the Wrigley Field issue. Spielman goes on to write that since Daley's initial criticism of this potential deal last month,
One unnamed source is quoted as saying:
I know there have been many here who have been unalterably opposed to the ISFA owning Wrigley Field. But frankly, they have done a good job constructing, maintaining and renovating the Cell -- at no extra cost to Chicago or Illinois taxpayers -- and if what this source says is true, that the bonds would be retired from stadium revenues, then what's the problem here? I'd be all for a plan that could provide revenue for renovations without the sale of naming rights and a commitment for the Cubs to play at Wrigley Field for several decades to come.
Looks like win-win to me.