Steven L. Manor - Mayor Pro Tem
Steve Manor, a teacher who retired from the Howell Public Schools in 1998, was elected to the city council in 1999. Steve earned his Bachelor's degree from Western Michigan University in 1963 and began his 34+ year teaching career on the west side of the state. In 1966 Steve accepted a teaching position in Howell in the old Michigan Avenue school on the site where the U.S. Post Office building is currently located. Later he taught at the Highlanderway Middle School and then the High School. Steve and his family moved into the city in 1969.
In 2000 Steve was appointed Mayor Pro Tem. Currently, he serves as chair of the Howell Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and as Howell's delegate to the South East Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG). At SEMCOG Steve serves on the Executive Committee as Livingston County's city/village representative and as Vice Chair of the Finance and Budget Committee.
Steve is active with the Howell Area Youth Assets Coalition and with the Livingston 2001 Diversity Council. He is currently working as one of three co-chairs of the Howell Skate Park Committee. Steve's hobbies include golf, camping, traveling, and reading. He is married with two grown children.
Term expires November 2019
Robert Ellis - City Council
Andrew Yost - City Council
Andrew Yost was elected to council in 2017. He was born and raised in the City of Howell and has lived here for twenty-two years. He attended St. Joseph Catholic Church Elementary and Middle School and Howell High School; and received his postsecondary education from Lansing Community College and Michigan State University.
Professionally, Andrew spent five years as a district executive with the Boy Scouts of America in Lansing and Battle Creek. During his tenure, and in different capacities, he served eight counties in Michigan and over three thousand youth and adult volunteers. Although he remains a dedicated volunteer, he left the professional field of Scouting to start his own antiques and collectibles business in 2016, Grand River Mercantile, LLC, which he currently operates from within the city.
Andrew is a fourth generation City of Howell resident who is an active member of many community organizations and initiatives. He is happily married to his wife, Yu-Han, and they both enjoy spending time out and about downtown. In his free time, he can be found outdoors enjoying nature, perusing antique stores, and volunteering for causes he believes in.
Term expires November 2021
Michael Mulvahill- City Council
Michael and his wife Dorothy moved to the Howell Township area in 1998 then relocated to the City of Howell in 2002. Michael was appointed to the DDA Board in February of 2014 and also the Design Committee. He has volunteered for Pink Party, Livingston County United Way Day of Caring and a crewmember for a local balloon pilot at Balloon Fest.
Michael is employed by SiteOne Landscape Supply as an Outside Sales Representative. Prior to his current employment he was a landscape designer for Outdoor Living Inc., in Lansing, Mi. He holds an Associates Degree in Landscape Architecture and Associates in Sign Language Interpreting.
Both Michael and Dorothy enjoy living in the City and walking downtown to the many events Howell has to offer. In his free time Michael enjoys working on their 1890’s Victorian home and fishing.
Term expires November 2019