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1 JAMES R. SUTTON, State Bar No. 135930


ION B. MEYN, State Bar No. 212640
2 GABE CAMARILLO, State Bar No. 237683
THE SUTTON LAW FIRM
3 150 Post Street, Suite 405
San Francisco, California
4 Tel: (415) 732-7700
Fax: (415) 732-7701
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6 Attorneys for OakPAC, Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce; Oakland
Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Independent Expenditure Committee (“Oak-IE-
7 PAC”); Michael Colbruno; and Scott Peterson.
8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
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OAKPAC, OAKLAND ) Case No. C 06-6366 MJJ
10 METROPOLITAN CHAMBER OF )
COMMERCE, an unincorporated ) STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED]
11 association, OAKLAND ) ORDER
METROPOLITAN CHAMBER OF )
12 COMMERCE INDEPENDENT )
EXPENDITURE COMMITTEE (“OAK- )
13 IE-PAC”), an unincorporated association; )
MICHAEL COLBRUNO, an individual; )
14 and SCOTT B. PETERSON, an )
individual; )
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Plaintiffs, )
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v. )
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THE CITY OF OAKLAND; THE CITY )
18 OF OAKLAND PUBLIC ETHICS )
COMMISSION; DOES 1 )
19 through 10. )
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20 Defendants. )
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22 STIPULATION
23 Having conferred with the Court regarding the effect of the Court’s October 19,
24 2006 Temporary Restraining Order, all parties in the above entitled case wish to expedite
25 the resolution of this case and reach a decision on the merits regarding the
26 constitutionality of Oakland Municipal Code (“OMC”) sections 3.12.050(C-E) and
27 3.12.060(C-E) in a manner that avoids duplicative proceedings and the unnecessary use of
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1 judicial resources. One constraint to this effort is the schedule of the Oakland City
2 Council, which can not meet in closed session until December 5 to determine whether
3 Defendants would informally agree to a preliminary injunction pending the final outcome
4 of this case.
5 To this end, Plaintiffs OakPAC, Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce,
6 Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Independent Expenditure Committee,
7 Michael Colbruno, and Scott Peterson, on the one hand, and Defendants City of Oakland
8 and the City of Oakland Public Ethics Commission, on the other hand, by and through
9 their respective counsel, hereby stipulate, pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure
10 65(b), to extend the Court’s October 19, 2006 Temporary Restraining Order’s expiration
11 date from November 2 to December 12. After conferring with the Court, the parties
12 consent to a status conference on Tuesday, December 12, at a time convenient to the
13 Court, in order to determine a briefing schedule for a dispositive hearing on the merits.
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15 SO STIPULATED.
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17 Dated: October 30, 2006 By: ________/s/______________________
GABE CAMARILLO
18 The Sutton Law Firm, P.C.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
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Dated: October 30, 2006 By: ________________________________
21 JOHN A. RUSSO, City Attorney
MARK T. MORODOMI, Supervising Deputy City
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Attorneys for Defendants
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1 ORDER
2 The parties having so stipulated, and for good cause showing, IT IS ORDERED
3 that the expiration date of the October 19 Temporary Restraining Order shall be extended
4 from November 2 to December 12. The Court hereby orders all parties to appear at a
5 status conference for Tuesday, December 12, at _______
2:00 am/pm, in which parties will
6 agree to a briefing schedule on a dispositive hearing on the merits. *
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8 October 31
Dated: _____________, 2006 ________________________________
Federal District Judge
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10 The Preliminary Injuction hearing set for November 1, 2006, is VACATED.
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