Board of Trustees

  1. Sean Dunleavy

    Township Supervisor
    Phone: 517-546-3259, ext. 223

  1. Robert Henshaw

    Board Trustee

  1. Jaime Clay

    Township Clerk
    Phone: 517-546-3259, ext 224

  1. Kieth Huff

    Board Trustee

  1. Christine Andrews

    Township Treasurer

  1. Terrance Philibeck

    Board Trustee

  1. Michael Yenshaw

    Board Trustee


  • All meetings of the Township Board are public meetings.
  • The Board meets on the first Tuesday of every month at the Township Hall.
  • Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.
  • The Township Hall is located at
    1577 N Latson Road
    Howell, MI 48843

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Board Information

The Township Board sets government policy for Oceola Township and is the elected local legislative body of the Township.

Prior to each meeting, agendas are available in the Oceola Township Clerk's office at 1577 North Latson Road. To have an item put on the agenda, please submit it to the Clerk's office the Wednesday one week prior to the board meeting.

Board Responsibilities

The Oceola Township Board consists of the Supervisor, Clerk, Treasurer, and four Trustees. They adopt an annual budget that determines the scope of Township services. The Board also adopts both general and zoning ordinances to protect the community's health, safety, and welfare. They oversee all Township employees, programs, and services.

Board Meetings

Regular meetings are for conducting Township government business. Actions range from paying bills to authorizing purchases. There is a public comment section listed in each meeting agenda. The public is welcome to address comments or questions to the Board at these "Call to the Public" sections. While questions normally will not be answered at that meeting, the Board will make every attempt to provide answers to the public's questions.


Democracy is government by the people. While the Township Board is lawfully responsible for governing the Township, the Board needs to hear the perspective and views of the residents. Keeping abreast of Township issues and providing your viewpoint is not only essential to Township success, it is your responsibility.