OUR MISSION

The Y-noT Project is a non-profit organization honoring Tony Borcia and dedicated to stopping intoxicated boaters.

About The Y-noT Project:

The Y-noT Project is being formed by Tony Borcia’s family and friends. It seeks to end intoxicated boating tragedies. The Y-noT Project is not an anti-drinking and boating campaign but instead, a responsible boating campaign which encourages individuals “YnoT be a designated boater” and “Y-noT report erratic boating”.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Governor Pat Quinn
Signs Boat Safety Bill

July 21, 2013, 12:30pm

Wiffleball Tournament
August 11, 2013
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Goals of the Y-noT Project:

 

  • Promoting Safe & Responsible Boating
  • Start a designated boater program
  • Start a program to report intoxicated boaters
  • Increase penalties for persons with multiple OUI's
  • Increase the funding for patrols of our lakes and rivers
  • Support legislation to make our lakes and rivers safe
  • Increase awareness of the dangers of intoxicating boating
  • Encourage the increased use of our lakes and rivers by promoting safe and responsible boating which in turn will increase revenues to surrounding businesses.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

My precious 10 year old boy was killed on July 28, 2013 while tubing on the Chain O'Lakes. He fell off the tube and then was hit by a man who has been charged with operating the boat under the influence of alcohol and cocaine.

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LATEST NEWS

Y-NoT Files Complaint against Fox Waterway Agency
The Y-NoT Project is a non profit organization that was formed by Tony Borcia's family and friends. It seeks to end intoxicated boating tragedies. The Y-noT Project is not an anti-drinking and boating campaign but instead, a responsible boating campaign.

Governor Quinn Signs Boat Safety Bill
Governor Pat Quinn will be signing Bill SB1479 and SB1310 on Sunday, July 21st, at 1:30pm at the 31st Street Harbor. Please join us. 

New Illinois Bill Targets Drunk Boaters
Story Created: Jul 3, 2013 at 4:19 PM CDT

Ceremonies Saturday to Remember Tony Borcia
"It should be a really beautiful morning," said Molly Bacilek.

Boat safety plans come from 10-year-old’s death
SPRINGFIELD — After a Bartlett man's guilty plea in the case of her 10-year-old nephew's boating death, state Sen. Julie Morrison is pushing several safety proposals meant to prevent similar accidents in the future.




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