El Paso public records ordinance creates some confusion and concern

From kfoxtv.com:

A public records ordinance proposed by city leaders has several El Pasoans concerned that public information regarding municipal business will be censored and retained rather than helping create more transparency. 
City leaders who proposed the ordinance have said it was intended to determine the difference between private and public information. 
"The whole goal of the ordinance was to clarify what procedures we should take if we're using home computers for example and private email addresses to conduct city business," said Mayor John Cook. 
However, some city leaders blame the language and wording of the ordinance for causing the concern.