The Lake Zoar Authority Marine Patrol reported 102 enforcement actions last month as the result of 21 patrols. There were warnings, tickets, and 6 infractions. The majority of offenses included no personal floatation devices on kayaks and unregistered personal watercrafts, or those with unlicensed drivers or illegal passengers. The Marine Patrol says voyages will continue to be terminated for these offenders. There were 5 tows completed by Marine Patrol last month for disabled boats. There are currently a limited supply of life jackets available to borrow at Lakeside Marina on Lake Zoar. The Lake Zoar Authority says they are available thanks to generous donations from the community. More life jackets are expected to arrive from SeaTow on August 15th. There must be a life jacket on board for every passenger, in any type of watercraft, on Lake Zoar. The Marine Patrol will continue to check for compliance. Those borrowing life jackets are being reminded to return them after use.