Chicago Cubs ownership maybe in line for an $8.5 million property tax break to renovate Wrigley Field under a measure the City Council is expected to approve Wednesday. The tax break, which would be doled out over 12 years after completion of the work, won the endorsement Tuesday of the Finance Committee after an earlier recommendation by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks.
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