Council Could Hire Firm To Help With Former Chrysler Site Redevelopment

The Kenosha City Council is expected to pass a measure at tomorrow night’s meeting, which would hire a consulting firm to work on matters related to the Chrysler Engine Plant site redevelopment. Evanston based Blair Kennedy LLC would periodically report to Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian about the site, including information gathering which will allow the city to apply for grants to aid in the redevelopment. In all, the contract with the firm would be worth around 60-thousand dollars, which includes reimbursement for expenses and travel costs. Antaramian told the Kenosha News that hiring the firm does not mean that any new development is happening soon, but that this is another step in the process.


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