The Los Angeles Times has started a public records desk, where they are soliciting contributions of public records from their readers. If you have done a California FOIA request, you can share your document dump with the LA Times. This is part of the LA Times "Data desk" operation.
California public records (LA Times, March 14, 2011)
Since the public corruption scandal broke last summer in the city of Bell, hundreds of readers have voiced concerns to The Times about potential problems at the government agencies in their communities. The Times encourages readers to share government records you consider newsworthy or interesting. Send us documents and a Times staffer will review them and post them to this site, which also includes files obtained by our reporters.
No one has yet dubbed this Calileaks; oh, I guess I have. They are using DocumentCloud as their back end.
A simlar, though not identical project, is the Ann Arbor Area Government Documents Repository.