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  • MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR HOWELL CITY MANAGER
    The Howell City Council will host an Open House to meet the 4 finalists for our new City Manager.  The Meet & Greet will be held on Wednesday October 23, 2019 at Cleary's Pub, 117 E. Grand River from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.  For planning purposes, please RSVP to helliott@mml.org or by calling Howell City Hall at 517-546-3502 by October 21, 2019 if you plan to attend.   

    A quorum of the Howell City Council, DDA Authority Board as well as other City Boards & Commissions may be present at this event.      
  • SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING
    The Howell City Council will hold a special meeting to interview the 4 finalists for Howell City Manager.  The special meeting will take place at Howell City Hall, 611 E. Grand River, Lower Level, on Thursday October 24, 2019 starting at 11:00 am.  Interviews will begin at 11:30 am.  The public is invited to attend.  
  • Fire hydrant flushing will begin in the City of Howell on October 15th, and will continue for (3) weeks. 
     
    Hydrants are flushed annually to remove any iron that has accumulated in the water mains.
     
    Residents may experience rusty water in their area.  If residents notice rusty water, run cold water only for 10 to 15 minutes and DO NOT do laundry until water is clear.  
     
    If you have questions please call the Department of Public Works at 517-546-7510.
     
  • constructionThe Michigan Department of Transportation is performing surface Maintenance on M59 from the I96 interchange to East of Michigan Avenue.   The work being performed is a two process micro seal involving  a chip seal and cape seal method.  This work is not on the MDOT website as it is considered maintenance. If you have any concerns or questions regarding this work you can contact the Brighton TSC (810)227-4681 or by clicking here.
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    Please join the City of Howell in celebrating the reopening of State Street.  The street is a unique "festival paving" design that is barrier free with amenities to support events like Farmers Market and the Melon Festival.  The reopening is Friday October 11, 2019 from 10 am to noon. Refreshments and snacks provided. 
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