Sandy Sheedy is a local representative of the city council, representing City Council District 2, which includes the neighborhoods of Del Paso Heights, Glenwood Meadows, Hagginwood, Noralto, North Sacramento, Parker Homes, Robla, Strawberry Manor, Woodlake, and Youngs Heights. Her term of office ended in 1013
Elected to the Sacramento City Council in November 2000, Sandy Sheedy has devoted her time and energies to the economic revitalization of District 2 and to securing a fair share of city resources for the communities she represents. A passionate advocate for working men and women and their families, she's worked to protect their interests both in District 2 and in the City as a whole.
Councilmember Sheedy, as Chair of the City Council's Code Enforcement Ad Hoc Committee, has strengthened city codes against illegal trash dumping and dangerous dogs and promoted a stronger city role in curbing tobacco sales to minors. She also chairs the Council's Law & Legislation Committee and serves on the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, the North Area Groundwater Management Authority, the Sacramento Regional Solid Waste Authority, the Sacramento Metropolitan Cable Television Commission, and the Sacramento Public Library Authority.
Before her election to the City Council, she served on the Sacramento County Civil Service Commission; the Sacramento City Planning Commission; and on the Board of Directors of the Stanford Settlement, the Sacramento Association for the Retarded, and the Camellia Orchestra. She is a lifetime member of the NAACP and serves on the Police and Sheriff's Memorial Foundation Board of Directors.
Sandy lives in the Woodlake neighborhood with her husband Ted, who is a consultant, and Willow, who is a cat. The Sheedys have two children and two grandchildren.
Above taken from the bio on her official City website (as of 6/24/2010)
"There's been a lot of people who have been shot by an unloaded gun."