CHICAGO (AP) - The legal fight over the Chicago Cubs' effort to build signs atop the outfield bleachers at Wrigley Field is set to return to court.
The Chicago Tribune (http://trib.in/1FQaKpR ) reports that the Cubs and the owners of two rooftops that are trying to prevent the team from erecting large signs in right field are scheduled to appear in federal court on Monday.
About a month ago, a judge rejected the rooftops' emergency request to halt installation of the signs because she said the rooftops had failed to provide enough evidence that the signs would cut into their views and destroy their businesses that depend on their views.
But the judge ordered the two sides to return to court on Monday to argue the case.
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