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June 28: Pawooskar retains Law Offices of Kelly Aviles, (who filed this complaint) and contacted district regarding records request.
Aug. 30: Pawooskar writes Rhodes objecting to total charges and cost per page, 25 cents, adding she rather view the records than pay for copies and noted copies used to cost 10 cents a page.
May 8: Mackamul tells Pawooskar she should contact Billups if she had any additional questions concerning her billing.
Nov. 8: Dietrich responds to Oct. 31 request, saying Pawooskar can inspect about 17 pages of documents that don require redaction and she can purchase the 23 or so pages of records that need to be redacted for $4.60.
Timeline of events leading up Maia Pawooskar lawsuit filed against the Redlands Unified School District. The following timeline was developed mostly from correspondence between the arguing parties, which is included as evidence in the lawsuit.
July 2: Rhodes responds to Aviles, saying, Billups has not billed the RUSD for her services, nor has any attorney or law firm billed the district for legal services, related to petitioner CPRA request.
Oct. 1: Dietrich says district could have denied request outright because of high volume of documents, adds it will reduce cost to 20 cents per page and that redacting documents requires duplication, hence the costs.
Sept. 5: Dietrich says district would only allow Michael Kors Brown Tote Pawooskar to view 164 pages without charge. Those are only pages that don require redaction of non disclosable information, according to Dietrich, who adds, she can pay $2,753.50 to get other 11,014 pages redacted.
July 19: Rhodes says RUSD needs 14 day extension to search for, collect and analyze a large amount of records.
Oct. 9: Pawooskar visits district office to view the 164 pages it would allow her, but district only produces 111 pages, including 45 pages of legal contracts, 44 pages of district policies regarding transportation and 22 pages of Form 700 filings. No explanation is given for missing 53 pages RUSD originally said Pawooskar could inspect.
Nov. 27: Aviles files lawsuit in San Bernardino Superior Court against RUSD, on behalf of Pawooskar. RUSD is served Dec. 2.
Sept. 23: Dietrich says Pawooskar made 13 separate records requests during past 17 months and sometimes refused to sign for records sent via certified mail and other times refused to acknowledge receipt of records. He adds that district established charge of 25 cents per page for nonstudent records and 10 cents a page for records of a parent child.
March 27: Pawooskar submits public records request asking for records performed by attorney Vivian Billups or any other law firm on behalf of the district related to her son, a special education student.
Oct. 31: Pawooskar makes a more limited records request for fees the district paid for a Section 504 due process hearing, which the Daily Facts covered.
Rhodes tells Aviles no additional records were available.
Sept. 27: Aviles says Dietrich previous statement has no legal basis and is irrelevant.
April 25: Billups declares, under penalty of perjury, RUSD incurred $425 toward her fees.
Nov. 14: Pawooskar picks up documents she paid for. Aviles argues information that should not have been redacted is blacked out.
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district has no legal basis, and if it doesn allow Pawooskar to view records, litigation will commence.
Nov. 13: Pawooskar inspects the four pages of documents made available to her for free and pays for copies of other documents.
May 2: Mackamul says district conducted an extensive search and there are no documents responsive to petitioner request. Only relevant document is one page invoice dated March 31, 2012, from another law firm, Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud and Romo, which Mackamul attached.
July 9: Because of conflicting statements from district and Billups, Pawooskar sends a second, more expansive records request which might explain discrepancy, including all district contracts and payments for legal services since 2005.
Aug. 2: Attorney John Dietrich, on behalf of RUSD, says 11,180 pages included in request and copies would cost $2,795.
April 18: Heidi Mackamul, assistant to the superintendent, responds to Pawooskar on behalf of district, alleging the district was unable to locate Pawooskar March 27 California Public Records Act request.
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From public records request to lawsuit
April 22: Pawooskar forwards another copy of request.
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