Denny, I can't speak for your local USCG office but suggest you call them (during weekday hours) and let them know the calls are coming too quickly.
Most USCG operations are underfunded to the extent that the bases are not able to be fully manned. The VHF radio
watchstanders are, in fact, sometimes solicited from civilians who are recruited into the USCG-Aux program specifically to act as volunteer watchstanders, in order to free up station personnel to man the boats and do other duties.
So the folks you hear on the radio? May not be the best folks the USCG has available, but simply volunteers trying to lend a hand as best they can. A little feedback may be in order, along with a recording of it if you have that to back up your point.
Sometimes they are literally busier than a one-handed wall-paper hanger, Congress doesn't get many requests to increase the USCG budget
, so the USCG tends to get less than they are worth--or need.