Atascadero's email policy requires employees to decide if an email is a public record that should be printed out, or just routine correspondence that can be deleted. Tribune reporter Tonya Strickland combs through city files in search of emails pertaining to negotiations between Atascadero and Wal-Mart.
Atascadero's email policy requires employees to decide if an email is a public record that should be printed out, or just routine correspondence that can be deleted. Tribune reporter Tonya Strickland combs through city files in search of emails pertaining to negotiations between Atascadero and Wal-Mart. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Atascadero's email policy requires employees to decide if an email is a public record that should be printed out, or just routine correspondence that can be deleted. Tribune reporter Tonya Strickland combs through city files in search of emails pertaining to negotiations between Atascadero and Wal-Mart. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

Email policies limit the public's ability to monitor local governments

January 24, 2015 9:05 PM