6/3/11 – Dodge County is hosting an open house this Sunday to allow the public to tour the new portion of the Clearview Long Term Care Rehabilitation facility and the recently completed improvements to the Juneau Highway Facility. 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. Phase I of the $44.5-million project includes the Towne Centre, which will be the central location for all events. The area will house a salon, library, café, and gift shop. A 16-bed household is part of this phase which has been designed as an open concept living arrangement. Phase two of the project will begin shortly and should be completed by next fall. When completed, Clearview will be home for 236 residents. The Highway facility upgrades were started in the Spring of last year and include a new vehicle fueling center, a new 68,000 square foot vehicle storage building and a nearly 8,000 square foot addition to the maintenance shop. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Sunday at 11:30 a.m. for the Clearview facility in Juneau followed by the open house from 12 to 2pm. Tours of the highway facility in Juneau will run from 12pm to 3 pm.