NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — APRIL 3, 2014 –
The West Sacramento City Council last night selected Beverly “Babs” Sandeen to fill the seat vacated when councilman Oscar Villegas left to serve on the Yolo County Board of Supervisors. The vote was 4-0 and came after the council interviewed six finalists from among a field of 25 applicants.
Sandeen was sworn in immediately. She fills the remainder of a four-year term ending in November, 2016.
She is currently a vice chancellor (resource and economic development) for the Los Rios Community College District and president of the Los Rios Foundation. A resident of Southport, Sandeen is a current member of the city planning commission.
Last year, she received the “Civic Leadership Award for Service” from Mayor Christopher Cabaldon as part of the “State of the City” festivities.
More in next week’s News-Ledger newspaper.
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