The sprawling former Chrysler plant property in Kenosha has been both a riddle and a place for dreams.

Once a busy production hub that employed 10,000 people in its heyday, the plant closed in 2010 when the auto manufacturer filed for bankruptcy. 

Two years later, the city, with the help of state and federal funding, began a $30 million effort to demolish the buildings and clean up contaminated soil and water on the site. 

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