New Security Cameras Coming To Wrigleyville

(Chicago, IL) — One day after the Manchester, England, concert bombing, a city council committee accepted a million-dollar grant from the Chicago Cubs for more security cameras in the Wrigley Field neighborhood. The money will pay for 30 new cameras that will be integrated into the city’s surveillance network of 29-thousand public and private cameras. The Cubs in the past have cited security concerns in their call for game day street closures around the ballpark, but Wrigleyville alderman Tom Tunney remains opposed to the idea. Meanwhile, the Chicago Police Department says there are no credible security threats against any venues in Chicago.