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Law Offices of Kelly Aviles Raul Rodriguez March 6, 2013 Page 2 Board of Trustee Salary and Benefits 4.

. All records related to any benefit, stipend, or payment received by members of board of trustees, including, but not limited to, salary, health benefits, car allowances, etc. from July 1, 2011, to present; 5. All records of payments to any member of the Board of Trustees from July 1, 2011, to present; Legal Claims and Services 6. All contracts for legal and/or litigation services with any law firm or attorney, including all amendments, restatements, revisions, or the like from July 1, 2011, to the present; 7. All records related to the billing or payment of legal fees, including, but not limited to, statements, invoices, bills, and records of payments from July 1, 2011, to present; 8. All claims filed against the District from July 1, 2011, to present; 9. Any documents initiating legal action, including administrative actions, against the District, from July 1, 2011, to present; 10. All settlement agreements to which the District was a party from July 1, 2011, to present; Chancellor & Vice-Chancellor Salary and Benefits 11. Any and all employment contracts for the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, along with any revisions, restatements, modifications, amendments, or the like, along with any attachments thereto; 12. All records related to any additional compensation, benefit, stipend, bonus, or payment received by the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, including, but not limited to salary, health benefits, car allowances, housing allowances, loans, expense accounts, etc.; 13. Record of any payments made to the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor for accrued or unused vacation and/or sick leave. 14. All records of payments made, including the check stub, to the Chancellor and ViceChancellor from July 1, 2011, to present; Communications 15. All correspondence, including emails, letters, or memorandums between the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor (or on their behalf), and any Board member(s) from July 1, 2011,to present.

Law Offices of Kelly Aviles Raul Rodriguez March 6, 2013 Page 3 16. Any documents, including but not limited to minutes, agendas, staff reports, emails, memoranda, or correspondence, related to the appointment of former trustee Brian Conley to the Orange County Community Colleges Legislative Task Force. 17. Any memorandum from the Chancellor to the Board of Trustees from July 1, 2011, to present. For informational purposes, this is sometimes referred to as a Friday Report, a Weekly Memo, or as a Weekly Confidential Memo. 18. Any correspondence to the District related to alleged Brown Act violations, Public Records Act violations, or Conflict of Interest Violations from January 1, 2008 to the present. 19. Any record of communication between the district and the State of California, Division of the State Architect from January 1, 2008 to the present. Miscellaneous 20. All form 700s filed by the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor, or members of the board of trustees for 2010-2012. 21. Any and all documents relating to safety issues with the Orange Education Center from January 2008 to the present. 22. Record of any and all committee on which any member of the Board of Trustees sits, including, but not limited to committees, sub-committees, ad hoc committees, standing committees, etc., from July 1, 2011, to present. 23. All records relating to Townsend Public Affairs, from including: a. Any contract between Townsend Public Affairs and the District, along with any revisions, restatements, modifications, amendments, or the like, along with any attachments thereto; b. Record of all payments to Townsend Public Affairs from July 1, 2011, to present; c. Record of any communication between the District and Townsend Public Affairs, including all emails, memorandums, and letters from July 1, 2011, to present; d. Any work product generated by Townsend Public Affairs from July 1, 2011, to present. If you claim that any of the responsive requested records are not disclosable, please provide us with a with a written response providing the legal justification for your decision, as required by Government Code section 6255(a)-(b), which states: The agency shall justify withholding any record by demonstrating that the record in question is exempt under express provisions of this chapter or that on the facts of the particular case the public interest served by not disclosing the record clearly outweighs the public interest served by disclosure of the record.