A Waupaca County nursing home in existence for more than 100 years will soon be shut down. The County Board of Supervisors Monday voted 23-1 to close Lakeview Manor, citing the cost of operation and the difficulty in keeping qualified employees. The facility is partly supported through Waupaca County property taxes, and the 2017 budget was calling for 938-thousand dollars through the tax levy. The county board authorized an incentive package last year in an attempt to draw more employees and keep them on longer. But with a price tag of 250-thousand dollars, corporation counsel Diane Mullimans say it did not accomplish its goal. Fourteen employees left after the incentives were ended. The county has retained a health care attorney to assist in making sure residents of Lakeview Manor have their rights protected. A residents’ relocation plan will be submitted to the state.