6/5/11 – The public is invited to attend an open house at the new Clearview facility today. 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. The $44.5 million dollar structure is being built on the site of the current Clearview South building. The wings of the 236-bed facility are being built first and the residents in the south building will be transferred to the new portion beginning in mid-June. When the new portion is complete, the remaining residents at Clearview North will be transferred. The public will also have the opportunity to see the recently completed improvements to the Juneau Highway Facility. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 11:30am on June 5 for the Clearview Long Term Care and Rehabilitation facility located at 198 Home Road in Juneau, followed by an open house from 12:00 p.m. to 2pm. Tours of the Dodge County Highway facility located at 211 E. Center Street will be held from 12pm to 3pm.