Department of Construction and Permits spokeswoman Sabrina Miller says the Cubs have done exactly what the city has asked them to do. That includes submitting corrected plans that reflect work that's already been done at the 90-year-old ballpark.
Officials say the paperwork includes details on concrete beam repairs and truss work in the upper deck.
Miller says city officials are reviewing the documents.
Safety has been an issue at Wrigley this summer since three small chunks of concrete fell from the upper deck. That led to the city's discovery that $2 million in repair work had been done without city permits.