Stories by Tonya Bonitatibus

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Guest Column: Stormwater fee isn't perfect, but for safety it's a step in the right direction

Prosperity depends on growth, and we need to do what is necessary to grow.
By Tonya Bonitatibus

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Guest Column: Eminent-domain laws unfair to landowners

Do civil liberties just not matter?
By Tonya Bonitatibus

Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015

Guest Column: Prevent the next rail disaster today

As the volume of hazardous materials and fossil fuels rapidly increases on our public railways, we need more complete, rapid and transparent reporting.
By Tonya Bonitatibus

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Column: Bill in Congress jeopardizes Savannah River

This bill is cronyism at its worst, and we the citizens are the ones who are going to lose.
By Tonya Bonitatibus

Sunday, May 17, 2009

For moms and kids, go mercury-free

As a mother, it is my responsibility to protect my children that continually gives me cause for concern.
By Tonya Bonitatibus

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Olin: Grow up and clean up your own mess

Two years ago, Augusta Chronicle writer Rob Pavey reported about a high school student's discovery that Olin's chlorine plant was contaminating the channel leading to the Savannah River with ...
By Tonya Bonitatibus
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