ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/Staff photo. Gloucester Daily Times. Essex: Members of the Coast Guard Auxiliary, Essex Police and Harbormaster, Sen. Bruce Tarr and State Representative ANN-MARGARET FERRANTE were on hand at the Essex Town Landing to promote safe boating and hung new signage alerting boaters to educational and volunteer opportunities with the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary’s Cape Ann Flotilla 46, run by volunteers. There will be 15 such signs placed all around Cape Ann. There will be a Safe Boating Day on June 2 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Essex Town Landing and at marinas nearby with boat inspections and recreational boat safety as the focus, plus, boats on trailers can be inspected behind the police station. From left are Sen. Bruce Tarr, Auxiliary Division Commander Damien Benson, Barry Dumoulin of the Harbor Patrol, Essex Police Chief Peter Silva, State Rep. Ann-Margaret Ferrante, Auxiliary Public Affairs Officer Phil Karwowski, Paddle Smart coordinator Bob Amiro and John Keyes, Vice Flotilla Commander.