Punta Gorda Isles Neighborhood Marine Watch   

A Different Kind of Volunteer Group

 

PGICA Neighborhood Marine Watch wants volunteersRecently it has been reported that better than 70% of available lots in PGI have been built out or are currently under construction. Along with the building boom comes an increase of docks with expensive boats and equipment. This gives thieves more opportunity to target our community, as easy pickings for their criminal activity.

The PGI Marine Watch Group is planning to expand its nightly surveillance patrols during the hours when most criminal activity occurs. In a recent interview, Bill Guenther, founder of the PGI Neighborhood Marine Watch program explained that members have been instructed in what constitutes suspicious and illegal activity, not only on the water but on vacant lots and homes under construction in the PGI Waterfront Community.

Boaters who are willing to monitor activity in the canals and inlets will find that the two hours of volunteer service each month is unique and like no other volunteer commitment in Southwest Florida.

Marine Watch Coordinators are confident that with so many new people coming in to our waterfront paradise, volunteers will step forward. An increase membership leads to increased nightly surveillance.

Punta Gorda Isles Marine Watch patchWe invite you to contact Bill Guenther for more complete details at radioman3029@comcast.net or call: 941-661-9702.

Volunteering make you feel really good!

PGI NEIGHBORHOOD MARINE WATCH

THE ONLY ALL-VOLUNTER SURVIELLANCE GROUP OF ITS KIND IN SOWTHWEST FLORIDA