Regarding the currently stalled negotiations with Arlington Heights, Warren defended the team’s negotiations with other cities. According to CBS 2 Chicago, Warren said:, “We’ve been stuck, we’ve had a lack of communication, and it seems like the situation is a little more complicated than I thought at the moment. So we’re in a position to start looking elsewhere and other opportunities. ”. “
Asked about the challenge of determining “whether Arlington Heights is a legally viable option,” Warren added, “This has nothing to do with personal feelings. It’s just a kind of business.” .
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At that point, Warren went to another place, i.e.According to a report in the Daily Herald After the event ended, I called about moving the team on my way to the event on Monday night.
The apparently new overture comes out just two weeks after it was announced near Wakigan made its interest known It will be the new home of the Bears. Naperville also showed interest by having an organization.
Warren said that wherever the team goes, it will need a domed stadium. ABC7 Report Warren added, “It definitely needs to be a domed stadium, because then it has the opportunity to be active 365 days a year.”
Warren also reportedly mentioned ongoing discussions. Property tax assessment and payment The team called on local school district representatives to resume talks at Arlington Park, the site of the new stadium and entertainment district originally proposed by the team. “Just to make sure we’re all on the same page and see if this works. “
For now, regardless of where the Bears fall, Dismantling Continued at Arlington Park.
A Bears spokesperson clarified Warren’s comments on the alternate suburb offer, saying Warren received a call from another suburb when he came from Lake Forest, but the call was from a Lake Forest representative. Said it’s nothing. The story has been fixed.
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