Two years to the day that ground was broken, there was a Dedication Ceremony for the Clearview Long-term Care and Rehabilitation Center in Juneau. The ribbon was officially cut Saturday and the public was invited to tour the newly consolidated campus which – beginning next month – will bring together patients previously housed in two separate buildings. Dodge County Board Chairman Russ Kottke says everything is starting to come together with the $44.5 million dollar project. Currently there are 110 residents living in the new portion of the building completed last summer as part of Phase One, while the remaining residents are still being housed in the older Clearview North building. It’s expected that all residents will be moved to the new structure by mid-August. Clearview serves the county’s aging population as well as those with behavioral and mental health issues and also has one of only three brain injury rehabilitation centers in the state.