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Date:2/6/2009

quipment, utilization of Avalon properties, and administrative and accounting services. Avalon also advised investors that some of the transactions with Don Smith's other businesses may not have occurred on terms as favorable as Avalon would have received from unrelated third parties.
  • On December 31, 2004, Avalon announced that, effective December 30, 2004, Robert O. McDonald and Dr. Charles Thomas had resigned from the Avalon Board, leaving Don Smith as the sole remaining director of a Nasdaq-listed public reporting company.
  • On January 12, 2005, Avalon was notified by the Nasdaq Stock Market that it could face being delisted from Nasdaq if it did not take actions to bring itself into compliance with various corporate governance requirements imposed by Nasdaq. In particular, Nasdaq was concerned that, with Don Smith as the sole remaining director on the Avalon Board, Avalon no longer had any independent directors on its Board.
  • On January 18, 2005, Avalon, after publicly disclosing that it was facing a possible delisting from Nasdaq, publicly disclosed that, rather than comply with Nasdaq's corporate governance requirements (which require that a majority of its Board of Directors be independent), it was considering the possibility of delisting and moving to the over-the-counter market or "pink sheets." Avalon also publicly disclosed on this date that, given the increasing compliance costs imposed by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (which includes numerous corporate governance requirements for the protection of stockholders), ongoing costs and expenses associated with the preparation and filing of Avalon's periodic reports with the SEC and the increasing commitment of management's time to regulatory requirements, Avalon was considering deregistering as a way to avoid having to comply with all these regulatory requirements.
  • On January 24, 2005, Avalon received a letter from Ravenswood Investment Company,
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