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INFORMATION:

Bermuda Dunes
Community Council
Meets the 2nd Thursday
every other month

Supervisor PEREZ office
Esmeralda Perez
760 863 8211
Esperez@rivco.org

Sheriff's Department
Lt. Jessica Vanderhoof
760 863 7962
jlvander@riversidesheriff.org

California Highway Patrol
Office Phil Watkins
760 772 5300
pwatkins@chip.ca.gov

Cal Fire
Div Chief Ty Davis
760 393 3450
Tyrell.Davis@fire.ca.gov

Code Enforcement
Brenda Hannah
760 393 3344
bhannah@rivco.org

Bermuda Dunes Community
Center/Desert Rec
Nicole Fisher
760 564 9921
nfisher@drd.us.com
760-347-3484 ext. 134

Bermuda Dunes Airport




79880 Avenue 42, Bermuda
Dunes, CA 92203 ·
PH: (760) 345-2558
AGoodwyn@
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Myoma Water Co
Mark Meeler
General Manager
79050 Avenue 42
Bermuda Dunes, CA 92203
760-772-1967  Office
760-345-9761  FAX

GRAFFITI HOTLINE
Desert
1-888-472-3488

All other areas of the County
1-951-955-3333

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Waste Management has a
roadside cleanup program
in the Riverside County
they can be reached at
951-955-6899

Union Pacific RR
Critical Need Phone #
888 877 7267

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USEFUL INFO
ABOUT BDSA AND
BDCA
Board Members
Bermuda Dunes Security
Association

Robert Nagles-- Vice President
Chris Hogan-- Treasurer
John Thiele-- Secretary
Don Keprta-- Director
Michael Tanner-- Director
Jack Fox - Director
Robert Nelson - Director

BDSA Meeting
4th Thurs. of every month

BDSA BULLETIN
CLICK
HERE

BDSA
Responsibilities
:

Bermuda Dunes Security
Association (BDSA) is
responsible for streets
(potholes, cracks, street
drainage and dry wells),
Security entry/exit, patrol
vehicles, cable TV
agreement, fee collection
& payment, gates & gate
lights, medians, walls,
guardhouses and all
street/gate signage.

BDSA is managed by
Desert Resort Mgmt
Contact:
John Walters-Clark
760 346 1161

BDSA RULES AND REGS

The Admin Office is open
Monday thru Friday for
questions and concerns.

Resident Login System
is handled by DRM

Admin hours are as follows:

Monday 9 -5
Tuesday 9 - 5
Wednesday 9 - 5
Thursday10-6  
Friday 9 - 5
Saturday Closed         
Sunday Closed

If this is urgent, please
contact Security at:

Telephone Numbers:

Main Gate: 760-360-1322
Main Gate #1
Glass Gate #2
Administration #3

Bermuda Dunes
Home Owner's
Association
Meets
Third Tuesday at
6:00 p.m. each month

EXCEPT AUGUST
Adm Bldg
4:30 PM

President   Charlie Bishop
Vice President. Brett Coor
Secretary. Janet McMurtrey
Board member Kristy Parmelee
Treasure. Mike Soran

Joint Committee Representatives
are Janet McMurtrey and Brett
Coor
s

BDCA is managed by
Desert Resort Mgmt
Contact:
John Walters-Clark
760 346 1161

CC&Rs for BDSA

Here is what
BDCA is
responsible for:

Bermuda Dunes
Community Association
(BDCA) is responsible for
most problems relating to
property owner's home
and lot, dogs,
landscaping, pool
draining, trash cans,
fountains and landscaping
at the main gate.

The Architectural
Committee reports to the
Community Board

Dues are $100 per year
and are payable in
January in lump sum

Architectural Committee
responsibilities

A.  THE MISSION:  As representatives of each
Homeowner, members of the Architectural
Control Committee (ACC), are volunteer
community members.  The ACC, as
established in the CC&R’s, has been charged
with the mission to oversee that each lot and
dwelling within the Community is developed
and maintained in a manner compatible with
its standard aesthetics and quality.

B.  ALL IMPROVEMENTS:  The ACC has the
responsibility to approve or to reject all plans
for real property improvements on all lots
within any subdivision of the Community, and
all properties owned by the Bermuda Dunes
Community Association and Bermuda Dunes
Security Association, prior to commencement
of construction of that improvement.

C. RESPONSIBILITY: The ACC’s goal is to
foster careful design in furtherance of its
responsibility to represent each Homeowner
in the preservation of the architectural and
landscaping aesthetics and character of the
homes within the Community and to monitor,
according to its authority for interpretation,
enforcement of BDCA’s governing
documents.  Utilizing and interpreting the
Guidelines, the ACC will consider the
aesthetic and functional aspects of each
design, including placement of buildings,
landscaping, exterior finishes and materials,
height and bulk, orientation of site lines, etc.  
In addition, the ACC will consider the effect of
the proposed improvement on neighboring
properties and the Community as a whole.

D.  LIMITATION OF RESPONSIBILITY:  The
ACC is not responsible for reviewing nor
shall its approval of any plan or design be
deemed approval of any structural safety or
conformance with building or other codes.
The ACC assumes no responsibility for the
structural or mechanical soundness of
approved designs.

E.  RECORDS:  Records of ACC approvals or
actions will be kept on file, by Tract or Unit
and by Lot number, at the office of the BDCA.

F.  AUTHORITY:  Submissions are required
directly from homeowners, regardless that
they may reside in sub-communities that may
have their own architectural review boards,
guidelines and committees.  The BDCA-ACC
has final authority for approval of projects as
outlined herein. No submittals will be
accepted from sub-community boards or
committees, unless submission is for
common area projects within the sub-
community.

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Top Doctors 2018 Directory

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Top Doctors 2018 Directory in
partnership with Castle Connolly
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ADDICTION PSYCHIATRY
Sean A. Barlow, M.D.
San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital
41990 Cook St., F Bldg., Ste.
2008
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-674-9777
Addiction/Substance Abuse

ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY
Gary I. Greenwald, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
72855 Fred Waring Drive, Ste.
C20
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-341-9777
Nasal Allergy, Allergy & Asthma,
Pulmonary Disease, Clinical
Trials

Sam J. Weiss, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Kiewit
Bldg., Ste. 303
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-2070
Asthma & Allergy, Pediatric
Allergy & Immunology, Sinusitis,
Anaphylaxis

CARDIAC
ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
Hetal R. Bhakta, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center/
Desert Heart Rhythm
Consultants
1100 N. Palm Canyon Drive,
Ste. 206
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-883-1600
Arrhythmias, Atrial Fibrillation,
Pacemakers/Defibrillators

Andrew M. Rubin, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642
Atrial Fibrillation,
Pacemakers/Defibrillators,
Arrhythmias

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
A Mohammad Abid, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / John F.
Kennedy Memorial Hospital /
The Heart Institute 
Medical
Center
81709 Dr. Carreon Blvd., Ste. A1
Indio, CA 92201
760-863-4666
Interventional Cardiology

Michael Bagheri, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center / CURE
Cardiovascular Consultants
555 Tachevah Drive, Ste. 1W202
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-323-2174

Leon A. Feldman, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642
Arrhythmias, Atrial Fibrillation,
Cardiac Electrophysiology

Damon E. Kelsay, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642
Echocardiography

Lester D. Padilla, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642

Philip J. Patel, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642
Nuclear Cardiology,
Echocardiography, Cardiac
Imaging, Heart Failure

Eric M. Sontz, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642
Heart Attack, Nuclear
Cardiology, Colon & Rectal
Surgery

Scott Gering, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Mike & Jan
Salta Health Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Floor 2,
Ste. A
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-837-8601
Laparoscopic Surgery, Colon &
Rectal Cancer & Surgery

DERMATOLOGY
Pamela Broska, M.D.
West Dermatology
72785 Frank Sinatra Drive, Ste.
101
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-969-5900
Mohs Surgery, Cosmetic
Dermatology, Laser Surgery

Timothy M. Jochen, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / Contour
Dermatology & Cosmetic
Surgery Center
42600 Mirage Road
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-423-4000
Mohs Surgery, Skin Cancer,
Cosmetic Dermatology, Hair
Restoration/Transplant

Timothy F. Richardson, M.D.
Mirage Dermatology
36867 Cook St., Ste. 101
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-341-1999
Mohs Surgery, Skin Cancer

Wendy E. Roberts, M.D.
35280 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. 105
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-4262
Cosmetic Dermatology, Geriatric
Dermatology,
Dermatopathology, 
Kybella for
under-chin fat

DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY
Jerry Y. Chang, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Imaging Center / Lucy Curci
Cancer Center, 
Lower Level
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-674-3850
Interventional Radiology

Mehran K. Elly, M.D., Ph.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Imaging Center / Lucy Curci
Cancer Center, 
Lower Level
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-674-3850
Interventional Radiology,
Cardiovascular Imaging

John Francis Feller, M.D.
Desert Medical Imaging 74785
Highway 111, Ste. 101
Indian Wells, CA 92210
760-776-8989
Musculoskeletal Imaging,
Orthopaedic Imaging, Body
Imaging, Sports Medicine
Radiology

Brian K. Herman, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Imaging Center / Lucy Curci
Cancer Center, 
Lower Level
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-773-1251
Interventional Radiology,
Neuroradiology, Endovascular
Surgery

Marla R. Lander, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Comprehensive Cancer Center
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E150
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4700
Mammography, Breast Imaging

ENDOCRINOLOGY, DIABETES,
& METABOLISM
Elke Jost-Vu, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates
72780 Country Club Drive, B
Bldg., Ste. 205
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-321-5257
Diabetes, Thyroid Disorders,
Pituitary Disorders

FAMILY MEDICINE
Frank B. Arian, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health/ Victory
Physicians
490 S. Farrell Drive, Ste. C104
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-327-8755

Christopher J. Faux, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ First California Physician
Partners
35800 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. 225
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-673-7010

Julia Lo Martin, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Argyros
Health Center
45280 Seeley Drive, Floor 3
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-610-7300
Concierge Medicine

Gregory A. Pecchia, D.O.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Argyros
Health Center
45280 Seeley Drive, Floor 3
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-610-7300

Stephen Ross Steele, D.O.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Argyros
Health Center
45280 Seeley Drive, Floor 3
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-610-7300
Primary Care Sports Medicine

David H. Stoltzman, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Wright
Bldg., Ste. 409
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0663
Geriatric Medicine

Murray D. Taylor, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
39300 Bob Hope Drive, Bannan
Bldg., Ste. 1105
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-773-3379

GASTROENTEROLOGY
Adewale B. Ajumobi, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates
39700 Bob Hope Drive,
Hirschberg Bldg, Ste. 101
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-773-2882
Endoscopy & Colonoscopy

Gary Annunziata, D.O.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Gastroenterology Consultants
35900 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. 275
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-321-2500

Mehrdad Asgeri, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Oasis Advanced
Gastroenterology
1100 N. Palm Canyon Drive,
Ste. 214
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-699-7607
Colonoscopy, Inflammatory
Bowel Disease/Crohn’s, Gastric
& Esophageal Disorders

Geoffrey D. Block, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
GI 
Specialty Clinic
39700 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. 101
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-773-2882
Endoscopic Ultrasound, Liver
Disease, Pancreatic & Biliary
Disease,
Colonoscopy/Polypectomy

Anh T. Duong, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Gastroenterology Consultants
35900 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. 275
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-321-2500

GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
Mark C. Genesen, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Mike & Jan
Salta Health Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Floor 2
Rancho Mirage CA 92555
760-733-4383
Gynecologic Cancers

Ernest S. Han, M.D., Ph.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ City of Hope National Medical 

Center / Comprehensive Cancer
Center
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E218
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4800
Gynecologic Cancers, Robotic
Surgery

HAND SURGERY
Eric L. Freedman, M.D.
John F. Kennedy Memorial
Hospital / Eisenhower Health /
Desert Hand Associates
36951 Cook St., Ste. 102
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-342-8444
Hand & Upper Extremity
Surgery, Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel
Syndrome

Stephen J. O’Connell, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Orthopedic Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Harry &
Diane Rinker Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-2684
Upper Extremity Surgery, Carpal
Tunnel Syndrome, Rotator Cuff
Surgery

INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Shubha J. Kerkar, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health /
Comprehensive 
Cancer Center
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E218
Palm Springs, CA 92262 760-
416-4921
HIV/AIDS, Infectious Disease

Bachir K. Younes, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Younes
Medical
36923 Cook St., Ste. 103
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-636-1336
HIV, Wound Care, Lyme
Disease, Tuberculosis

INTERNAL MEDICINE
Paul A. Biskar, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
41750 Rancho Las Palmas
Drive, Ste. C4
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0600

Mary Ann Howell, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Probst
Bldg., Ste. 317
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-340-3611
Concierge Medicine

Hessam Mahdavi, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Argyros
Health Center
45280 Seeley Drive, Floor 3
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-610-7220
Integrative Medicine

Mustaqeem A. Qazi, M.D.
82013 Dr. Carreon Blvd., Ste. C
Indio, CA 92201
760-863-0138

John D. Stansell, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Eisenhower
Primary Care
4791 E. Palm Canyon Drive,
Ste. 200
Palm Springs, CA 92264
760-834-7950
AIDS/HIV

INTERVENTIONAL
CARDIOLOGY
Andrew D. Frutkin, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642
Coronary Artery Disease, Heart
Valve Disease, Cardiac Imaging

Ghassan M. Kazmouz, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / Coachella
Valley Cardiology
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. W304
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-322-9562
Angioplasty & Stent Placement,
Coronary Artery Disease

Puneet Khanna, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642

Khoi Minh Le, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Cardiology Consultants
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Hal B.
Wallis Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-0642
Cardiac Catheterization,
Angioplasty & Stent Placement,
Peripheral Vascular Disease,
Preventive Cardiologyy

MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
Murthy V. Andavolu, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / John F.
Kennedy Memorial Hospital /
Eisenhower Medical Associates /
Lucy Curci Cancer Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-770-4034
Cancer Genetics, Cancer
Immunotherapy

Elber S. Camacho, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ City of Hope National Medical 

Center / Comprehensive Cancer
Center
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E218
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4800
Leukemia, Lymphoma, Multiple
Myeloma

Luke P. Dreisbach, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Hematology-Oncology Medical
Group
39800 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. C
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-3613

Philip B. Dreisbach, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Hematology-Oncology Medical
Group
39800 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. C
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-3613
Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer,
Lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin’s,
Ovarian Cancer

Coty P. Ho, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ John F. Kennedy Memorial
Hospital / Comprehensive 

Cancer Center
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E218
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4749
Gastrointestinal Cancer, Solid
Tumors

Amy Law, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Hematology-Oncology Medical
Group
39800 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. C
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-3613
Head & Neck Cancer, Neuro-
Oncology, Hematology

Maria Iliana Popescu, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Eisenhower Desert Cancer Care
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-7655

David E. Young, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Hematology-Oncology Medical
Group
39800 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. C
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-3613
Hematology

NEPHROLOGY
David M. Alderman, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / Desert
Nephrology
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. W303
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4819

Rodolfo R. Batarse, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Desert Kidney Care
71511 Highway 111, Ste. H
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-773-2200

Narendra S. Chandrashekar,M.
D.
Eisenhower Health / 
John F.
Kennedy Memorial Hospital /
Kidney Institute of the Desert /
Coachella Valley Nephrology
43576 Washington St., Ste. 100
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-360-4433

Bryan L. Stone, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / Desert
Nephrology
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. W303
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4819
Hypertension, Transplant
Medicine-Kidney, Nutrition

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY
Shahin Etebar, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Desert Spine & Neurosurgical
Institute
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E317
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-346-8058
Spinal Surgery

Farhad Limonadi, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Neurosurgical Associates
72780 Country Club Drive, Ste.
A104
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-837-8020
Brain & Spinal Surgery, Spinal
Surgery—Complex, Brain
Tumors

Alfred Shen, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Neurosurgical Associates
72780 Country Club Drive, Ste.
A104
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-837-8020
Spinal Surgery

Javed Siddiqi, M.D.
Institute of Clinical Orthopedics
& Neuroscience
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. W214
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4511
Skull Base Surgery, Spinal Cord
Surgery

NEUROLOGY
Antoine J. Elhajjar, M.D.
Desert Neurology & Sleep
41990 Cook St., Ste. A101
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-340-0528
Sleep Disorders, Headache,
Epilepsy, Movement Disorders

Bhagwan I. Moorjani, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Hope Neurologic Center
79440 Corporate Center Drive,
Ste. 108
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-514-0166
Pediatric Neurology, Clinical
Neurophysiology, Neurological
Imaging, 
Nerve Injuries

Reza Nazemi, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
39000 Bob Hope Drive,
Kiewit Bldg., Ste. 308
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-341-3400

OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY
Lisa M. Bodon, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / Desert
Valley
OB/GYN
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. 425 E
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-778-1011
Gynecology only

Karen H. Donley, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Women’s
Health at Argyros 
Health Center
45280 Seeley Drive, Floor 3
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-610-7220
Gynecology Only

Christine L. Griswold, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Kiewit
Bldg., Ste. 405
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-4343

Les J. Gurwitt, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center / Fleur
Women’s Health
72780 Country Club Drive, Ste.
A103
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-779-5511
Women’s Health, Gynecology
Only

Enrique G. Jacome, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center / Fleur
Women’s Health
72780 Country Club Drive, Ste.
A103
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-779-5511
Robotic Hysterectomy, Minimally
Invasive Surgery, Pelvic
Reconstruction

Toni L. Long, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Women’s
Health at Argyros Health Center
45280 Seeley Drive, Floor 3
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-610-7220
Gynecology Only, Menopause
Problems, Sexual Dysfunction

OPHTHALMOLOGY
Clifford O. Brown, M.D.
John F. Kennedy Memorial
Hospital / Eisenhower Health
82013 Dr. Carreon Blvd., Ste. H
Indio, CA 92201
760-200-9909
Diabetic Eye
Disease/Retinopathy, Cataract
Surgery, Macular Degeneration

Clement K. Chan, M.D.
Southern California Desert
Retina Consultants
36949 Cook St., Ste. 101
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-340-2394
Retina/Vitreous Surgery, Retinal
Disorders

Robert B. Guss, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ The Vision Professionals
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. 130
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-320-7051
Corneal Disease & Surgery

Camille M. Harrison, M.D.
Coachella Valley Retina
72301 Country Club Drive, Ste.
108
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-895-1993
Retina/Vitreous Surgery, Diabetic
Eye Disease/Retinopathy, Macular
Degeneration

Jennifer I. Hui, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / El Centro
Regional Medical Center / The
Eyelid Institute
41990 Cook St., F Bldg., Ste.
1007
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-610-2677
Oculoplastic & Reconstructive
Surgery, Eyelid
Surgery/Blepharoplasty

Bart P. Ketover, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Milauskas 

Eye Institute
72057 Dinah Shore Drive, Ste. D
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-340-3937
Cataract Surgery, Intraocular
Lens

Steven G. Lin, M.D.
Southern California Desert
Retina Consultants
36949 Cook St., Ste. 101
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-340-2394
Retina/Vitreous Surgery, Macular
Disease/Degeneration, Retinal
Disorders

Harry Marshak, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Coachella
Valley Retina
74075 El Paseo, Ste. D2
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-341-2551
Cosmetic Surgery-Face & Eyes,
Eyelid Cosmetic &
Reconstructive Surgery

ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY
James A. Bell, M.D., Ph.D.
Eisenhower Health / 
Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Desert Orthopedic Center
151 S. Sunrise Way, Ste. 500
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-568-2684
Trauma, Sports Medicine, Joint
Replacement

David W. Duffner, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health
71511 Highway 111, Ste. A
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-340-2600
Spinal Surgery, Joint
Replacement

David A. Friscia, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Orthopedic Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Harry &
Diane Rinker Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-2684
Foot & Ankle Surgery—
Complex, Ankle Replacement &
Revision, Charcot Foot, Sports
Injuries—Foot & Ankle

Patrick St. Pierre, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Orthopedic Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Harry &
Diane Rinker Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-2684
Arthroscopic Surgery, Shoulder
Arthroscopic Surgery, Shoulder
Surgery, Sports Injuries

A. David Tahernia, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Orthopedic Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Harry &
Diane Rinker Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-2684
Spinal Surgery

OTOLARYNGOLOGY
B. Maya Kato, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / The Ear
Institute
36867 Cook St., Ste. 103
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-565-3900
Skull Base Surgery, Balance
Disorders, Cochlear Implants

Eric A. Nash, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / La Quinta
ENT
78370 Highway 111, Ste. 160
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-771-4242
Sinus Disorders/Surgery, Voice
Disorders

Qing Tian, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ First California Physician
Partners Otolaryngology
47647 Caleo Bay Drive Ste. 210
La Quinta, CA 92253
760-771-1000
Head & Neck Surgery

Majid Torabi, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Desert Cities Allergy &
Otolaryngology
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Probst
Bldg., Ste. 202
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-1788
Sinus Disorders/Surgery, Allergy

Quinten M. VanderWerf, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert Ear,
Nose & Throat
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Wright
Bldg., Ste. 301
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-340-4566
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive
Surgery, Nasal Surgery

Mark D. Wilson, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert Ear,
Nose & Throat
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Ste.
301, Wright Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-340-4566

PAIN MEDICINE
C. Edward Anderson Jr., M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Desert Pain Care Medicine
Group
36915 Cook St., E Bldg., Ste.
102
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-969-5200
Pain — Interventional
Techniques

Mark Bouffard IV, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / 
Pain &
Spine Center 
of the Desert
72650 Fred Waring Drive, Ste.
214
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-776-7999
Pain-Chronic, Pain-
Musculoskeletal, Arthritis

Lee W. Erlendson, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Rancho
Mirage Pain Associates
39300 Bob Hope Drive Bannan
Bldg., Ste. 1203
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-773-3075
Pain Management

Roland D. Reinhart, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
39700 Bob Hope Drive Ste. 202
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-341-2360
Pain Management, 
Pain-Back

PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY
Aijaz Hashmi, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Loma Linda University Medical
Center
555 E. Tachevah Drive 2W
Bldg., Ste. 105
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-318-8100
Congenital Heart Disease —
Adult, Fetal Echocardiography

PEDIATRICS
M. Nieves Gutierrez-Go, M.D.
Valley Children’s 
Medical Center
80495 Highway 111
Indio, CA 92201
760-347-2887

Alexander A. Villarasa, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Desert Valley Pediatrics
1801 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way,
Ste. 102
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-327-5900

PHYSICAL MEDICINE &
REHABILITATION
David R. Clawson, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Associates / Dolores
Hope 
Outpatient Clinic
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-834-7870
Stroke Rehabilitation,
Musculoskeletal Injuries,
Electrodiagnosis, 
Sports
Medicine

PLASTIC SURGERY
Scott M. Aaronson, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health
1221 N. Indian Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-325-5255
Cosmetic Surgery — Breast,
Facial Rejuvenation, Liposuction
& Body Contouring, Cosmetic
Surgery — Face & Body

Ritu R. Chopra, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Cedars-
Sinai Medical Center / Plastic
Surgery Institute
71949 Highway 111, Ste. 300
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-2211
Facelift, Breast Revision, Breast
Reconstruction, Breast
Augmentation

Andrew J. Hayduke, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Eisenhower Medical Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Kiewit
Bldg., Ste. K206
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-341-6996
Cosmetic Surgery — Face,
Breast, Eyelid Surgery,
Liposuction & Body Contouring

Andrew P. Ordon, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Cedars-
Sinai Medical Center / Plastic
Surgery Institute
71949 Highway 111, Ste. 300
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-2211
Facelift, Breast Revision, Breast
Reconstruction, Breast
Augmentation

Suzanne M. Quardt, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
70017 Highway 111, Ste. 1
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-324-2660
Cosmetic Surgery — Breast,
Liposuction & Body Contouring

Mark V. Sofonio, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Kiewit
Bldg., Ste. 407
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-341-5555
Cosmetic Surgery — Face &
Body, Skin Laser Surgery,
Liposuction, Reconstructive
Plastic Surgery

Judith B. Zacher, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
39300 Bob Hope Drive Bannan
Bldg., Ste. 1106
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-340-5774
Breast Cosmetic &
Reconstructive Surgery,
Liposuction & Body Contouring,
Cosmetic Surgery-Face

Mohammed Zakhireh, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / 
Cosmetic
Surgery Institute of Palm Desert
73710 Alessandro Drive, Ste. A1
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-837-0364
Cosmetic Surgery — Face &
Body, Breast Augmentation,
Liposuction & Body Contouring

PSYCHIATRY
Ihor Galarnyk, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Loma Linda
University Medical Center, East
Campus
41990 Cook St., Ste. 2003
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-341-8341
Addiction/Substance Abuse,
Geriatric Psychiatry

PULMONARY DISEASE
Ronald E. Sneider, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Eisenhower Pulmonary & Sleep
Specialty Clinic
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Wright
Bldg., Ste. 201
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-834-3564
Sleep Disorders, Lung Disease

Ziad A. Tannous, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. W208
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-323-4416
Lung Disease, Airway Disorders

Shahriyar Tavakoli, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Pulmonary & Sleep Specialty
Clinic
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Wright
Bldg., Ste. 201
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-834-3564
Critical Care, Interventional
Pulmonology

RADIATION ONCOLOGY
Peter Greenberg, M.D.
21st Century Oncology
40055 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. B
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-202-3946
Lung Cancer, Gynecologic
Cancers

Judy M. Jackson, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ City of Hope National Medical
Center / Comprehensive Cancer
Center
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E218
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4800
Gynecologic Cancers,
Gastrointestinal Cancer,
Prostate Cancer, 
Breast Cancer

Monica M. Khanna, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Lucy Curci Cancer Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-674-3600

Theodore D. Masek, M.D.
Redlands Community Hospital /
21st Century Oncology
77840 Flora Road
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-200-8777
Prostate Cancer

REPRODUCTIVE
ENDOCRINOLOGY/INFERTILITY
Maher A. Abdallah, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / American
Reproductive Centers
1199 N. Indian Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-346-4334
Infertility — IVF, Polycystic
Ovarian Syndrome,
Preimplantation Genetic
Diagnosis

RHEUMATOLOGY
Maria W. Greenwald, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Medical Advances
72855 Fred Waring Drive, Ste.
A6
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-341-6800
Rheumatoid Arthritis

Kam A. Newman, M.D.
Eisenhower Medical Center /
Eisenhower Medical Associates
Mike & Jan Salta Health Center
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Floor 1
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-837-8569

SURGERY
Ramy A. Awad, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health / Desert
Surgical & Bariatric Specialists
555 E. Tachevah Drive, Ste. 2W-
107
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-866-0024
Bariatric/Obesity Surgery

Bobby S. Bhasker-Rao, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Parkview
Community Hospital Medical
Center / Lite Life Surgery
35900 Bob Hope Drive, Ste. 205
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-778-5220
Gastric Bypass Surgery,
Laparoscopic Surgery, Minimally
Invasive Surgery, Hernia

David M. Hyams, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Desert Surgical Oncology
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Kiewit
Bldg., Ste. 207
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-773-3311
Breast Cancer, Endocrine
Cancers, Gastrointestinal
Cancer, Cancer Surgery

Janet K. Ihde, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ Eisenhower Health/
Comprehensive Cancer Center
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E150
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-416-4915
Breast Cancer & Surgery,
Melanoma, Thyroid Cancer &
Surgery

THORACIC & CARDIAC
SURGERY
Eric R. Presser, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
/ FCPP Surgical Associates
1180 N. Indian Canyon Drive,
Ste. E421
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-424-8224
Minimally Invasive Thoracic
Surgery, Lung Cancer, Video
Assisted Thoracic Surgery
(VATS)

Joseph W. Wilson Jr., M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Cardiothoracic Surgery Clinic
39000 Bob Hope Drive,
Kiewit Bldg., Ste. 108
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-4330
Cardiothoracic Surgery,
Minimally Invasive Heart Valve
Surgery, Minimally Invasive
Thoracic Surgery

UROLOGY
John R. Faulkner, M.D.
Eisenhower Health
72780 Country Club Drive, C
Bldg., Ste. 302
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-4299
Minimally Invasive Surgery

Jeffrey H. Herz, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Urologic Institute of the Dessert
39000 Bob Hope Drive,
Kiewit Bldg., Ste. 401
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-1882
Prostate Cancer, Pediatric
Urology

Elliot B. Lander, M.D.
Rancho Mirage Medical Center
72780 Country Club Drive, C
Bldg., Ste. 301
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-776-0040
Interstitial Cystitis, Hormonal
Disorders

Gary Leifer, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Walsh
Urology Associates
72057 Highway 111
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-7191

Michael A. Sanford, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Urology Specialty Clinic
39000 Bob Hope Drive, Wright
Bldg., Ste. 412
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-346-8555
Prostate Cancer, Incontinence,
Kidney Cancer, Erectile
Dysfunction

Brad A. Wolfson, M.D.
Desert Regional Medical Center
555 E. Tachevah Drive, Bldg.
2W Ste. 101,
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-320-6005
Prostate Benign Disease,
Kidney Stones, Prostate Cancer,
Pediatric Urology

VASCULAR SURGERY
Alan E. Williamson, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Eisenhower
Medical Center Department of
Vascular Surgery
39300 Bob Hope Drive, Salta
Bldg., Floor 2
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-837-8601

Son Ha Yu, M.D.
Eisenhower Health / Desert
Regional Medical Center /
Desert Vein & Vascular Institute
71780 San Jacinto Drive, I Bldg.
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
760-568-3461
Varicose Veins, Endovascular
Surgery, Vein Disorders,
Peripheral Vascular Disease
NEWS FROM READERS
The Blogfolks








Donna and Bob Nelson

This Blog and Website was
created about 16 years ago to
help the community of
Bermuda Dunes keep
informed of important issues in
our neighborhood.
We don't profess to know
everything, but we try to get you
accurate information for your
concerns and comments!

We also offer FREE
advertising and For Sale Items

We have a recommended
list of Vendors and
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PREPAREDNESS INFO

If anyone would like to be
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let us know.

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Have a lovely day!
CHEF JOSE' KEEPS GETTING RAVE REVIEWS!
!!! IMPORTANT REMINDER !!!








With the weather heating up, we wanted to remind animal
lovers that the ground is heating up too. So, with that being
said...IF THE GROUND IS TOO HOT FOR YOUR OWN BARE
FEET, THE GROUND IS WAY TOO HOT FOR YOUR DOGS
AND CATS TOO. Do your pet a favor by checking the ground
with your own feet or the palm of your hand before a walk.

If your pet's feet are burning, there's a good chance they
won't tell you. Their skin is sensitive just like ours and they
are also highly susceptible to burns from the hot ground.
Help keep their feet safe and cool this summer. *Choose
grass and shade over hot sand, concrete, and pavement.
Donna and Bob:

Great service if you have dogs

I live in Bermuda Dunes Country Club. I have 2 dogs. I have  
Got Dookie come and clean and deodorize my yard twice a
week. It’s so hot n the desert and this is such a great service.

If you’re interested call 866-229-9289 and let them know that I
referred you.

Joyce White

Hi Joyce:

What a great idea. I have never heard of Got Dookie, but I
will be happy to put this on our Vendor List.

Click on 'P' for Pet - I headed it 'Pooper Scooper and More'

Donna
!!! IMPORTANT REMINDER !!!









With the weather heating up, we wanted to remind animal lovers
that the ground is heating up too. So, with that being said...IF THE
GROUND IS TOO HOT FOR YOUR OWN BARE FEET, THE
GROUND IS WAY TOO HOT FOR YOUR DOGS AND CATS
TOO. Do your pet a favor by checking the ground with your own
feet or the palm of your hand before a walk.

If your pet's feet are burning, there's a good chance they won't tell
you. Their skin is sensitive just like ours and they are also highly
susceptible to burns from the hot ground. Help keep their feet safe
and cool this summer. *Choose grass and shade over hot sand,
concrete, and pavement.

Note from Donna:

I absolutely have no problem reminding stupid people
walking their dogs on hot pavement to either pick them up,
get booties or walk on grass.

Donna and Bob,

We have had Got Dookie Service for about 2 years now. We really
like their services. Their very prompt and they sanitize each spot
that they pick up. It’s a great service to have it you are a pet owner

Shari Murphy
Donna and Bob

Desert Quality Heating and Air Conditioning

When our A/C went out, of course during the hottest week of the
season, Robert, with Desert Quality HVAC, went out of his way,
not once, but several times, to help remedy the problem. On three
occassions he even came out after hours. If you want a truly
caring, competent, service person, we would highly recommend
him. Company contact info:

Robert Smallwood
760 619 6119
DQhvac@gmail.com

Jerry Jones
Bermuda Dunes

Hi Jerry:

We always are looking for exceptional vendors for our list.
Thanks for sending us this recommendation.

Click the List and then click on 'A' for Air Conditioning

D and B
NOTE FROM DONNA

We continue to see a decline in bees. It has gotten so bad
that we recently purchased some pool noodles to help
retrieve bees from our pool. They try to drink the water and
their wings get soaked and they start to drown.

I looked up why the bees are declining (besides the
pesticide) and here is what could be going on.

Colony collapse disorder









Honey bees at a hive entrance: One is about to land and another
is fanning.

Colony collapse disorder (CCD) is the phenomenon that occurs
when the majority of worker bees in a colony disappear and leave
behind a queen, plenty of food and a few nurse bees to care for
the remaining immature bees. While such disappearances have
occurred sporadically throughout the history of apiculture, and
were known by various names (disappearing disease, spring
dwindle, May disease, autumn collapse, and fall dwindle disease),

[1] the syndrome was renamed colony collapse disorder in late
2006

[2] in conjunction with a drastic rise in the number of
disappearances of western honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies in
North America.

[3] Most European countries observed a similar phenomenon since
1998, especially marked in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, the
UK, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain,

[4] Switzerland and Germany;

[5] the Northern Ireland Assembly received reports of a decline
greater than 50%.

[6] The phenomenon became more global when it touched some
Asian and African countries too
.
[7][8]Colony collapse disorder causes significant economic losses
because many agricultural crops worldwide are pollinated by
western honey bees. According to the Agriculture and Consumer
Protection Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of
the United Nations, the worth of global crops with honey bee
pollination was estimated at close to $200 billion in 2005.

[9] Shortages of bees in the US have increased the cost to farmers
renting them for pollination services by up to 20%.

[10]In the six years leading up to 2013, more than 10 million
colonies were lost, often to CCD,

[11] nearly twice the normal rate of loss. In comparison, according
to U.N. FAO data, the world's beehive stock rose from around 50
million in 1961 to around 83 million in 2014, which is about 1.3%
average annual growth. Average annual growth has accelerated to
1.9% since 2009.

Several possible causes for CCD have been proposed, but no
single proposal has gained widespread acceptance among the
scientific community. Suggested causes include: infections with
Varroa and Acarapis mites; malnutrition; various pathogens;
genetic factors; immunodeficiencies; loss of habitat; changing
beekeeping practices; or a combination of factors.

[12] A large amount of speculation has surrounded a family of
pesticides called neonicotinoids as having caused CCD.
Dear Donna and Bob

Donate Used Glasses

Where can we donate used eyeglasses? Walmart Vision Center no
longer has that program.

We believe Lens Crafters in the mall accepts used glasses.

D and B
Another Note from Donna and Bob

We continue to get asked about the sale of the Club.

While we are not equity members we know most of them, and
the feeling we got today was all positive.

They had their first meeting last night. We understand that
those who weren't interested in selling, got up and left the
meeting.

There is a lovely display of how the Club will look in the
Grill Room.

Of course the Equity Members have not voted yet, but we feel
it will be a 'go.'

How wonderful for the Club and our Community. We have
just struck the Mother Lode.
Communications Specialist, Kareem Gongora, County of
RiversideAGENCY
Veterans receive job assistance in Riverside County

The County of Riverside has been awarded $488,635 in
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funds to support the
Riverside County Veterans’ Employment-Related Assistance
Program (RivCoVEAP), which will be provided to eligible
applicants between July 1, 2019, and March 31, 2021.  

“As a Navy veteran, I know it can be tough to adjust to life after
military service,” said Supervisor Chuck Washington, a former
Navy officer and aviator. “These funds will help us facilitate the
transition to civilian life for 100 deserving veterans, benefiting
employers and workers alike and strengthening our community.”

The program, which is being administered by the County’s
Economic Development Agency (EDA) and the County’s
Workforce Development Board, will serve 100 veterans and
eligible spouses in various categories, including service members
who were recently separated, disabled veterans, War on Terror
campaign veterans, Gulf War II-era veterans, and veterans with
significant barriers.  The County anticipates that many RivCoVEAP
recipients will intersect one or more of the priority groups listed.  

As noted by Rob Field, Assistant County Executive Officer/EDA,
“RivCoVEAP’s overarching goal is to provide support to veterans
as they navigate the challenges they are likely to face as they
transition into civilian employment.”

Interested applicants should contact EDA’s Workforce
Development Division at 951-955-0464.

###
Choosing a Ripe Watermelon and Keeping it Fresh
Does thumping work to choose a fresh watermelon?











Nothing says summer like a juicy slice or chunk of watermelon. And
we all know how disappointing it can be to bring home a whole
watermelon and cut it into pieces, only to discover it is dry and
mealy. You can avoid that disappointment by learning how to select
the perfect melon for your use.

Choosing a Fresh Watermelon
Watermelon season runs from May to September, but its peak is
mid-June to late August. Watermelons are sold whole, halved,
quartered, and cubed. Common types of watermelon include
seedless, picnic, icebox, and yellow/orange fleshed. Each type also
has multiple varieties. Seedless watermelons will be void of the
dark black seeds but will have small white underdeveloped seeds
that are fine to eat. Picnic watermelons are large, round or oblong,
with green rind and red flesh. The icebox is like a personal-size
watermelon, small and round and perfect for one person or a small
family. The yellow/orange watermelons have yellow-orange flesh
and can have seeds or be seedless.

No matter which type you choose, look for skin that is dull and
slightly waxy (although many watermelons are waxed to add shine),
yielding only slightly to pressure. Make sure there are no cuts or
dents. The stem should be attached, brownish in color and dry.
The round or oblong melon should be symmetrical without any flat
sides, feeling heavy for its size.

Some experts believe that making sure the underside where it lies
on the ground is a pale yellow color, not white or light green, is a
sure sign of ripeness. But others use the "thumping method" with
great success. Here's how to do it: Flick your middle finger off your
thumb and against the melon, listening for a deep, rich thud, an
indication that your melon is ripe.

If buying a cut watermelon, look for bright red flesh with mature
dark brown or black seeds. Unless it is a seedless variety, an
abundance of white seeds means it was picked before its prime.
Avoid melons with white streaks through the flesh and pieces
where the flesh is mealy, dry, cracked, and/or separating from the
seeds. Bypass any cut pieces that are sitting in liquid. That's a sign
the watermelon has been sitting for too long.

Storing Watermelon
Watermelons are picked when they are ripe so they will not
continue to ripen and soften much at room temperature; melons
picked before their prime will never develop full flavor. A whole
watermelon can be stored in the refrigerator for up to one week or
at room temperature for a week or two. Cut watermelon should be
wrapped in plastic, refrigerated and used within three to five days.
You can also freeze cut watermelon, but the texture will be soft
when thawed (which is fine for cold soups and smoothies).
Communications Specialist,
Kareem Gongora, County of RiversideAGENCY
Mosquito-control application scheduled for Nuevo and
Mystic Field on Monday morning

Due to a mosquito sample testing positive for West Nile virus, the
Riverside County Vector Control Program has scheduled ultra-low
volume ground applications using truck-mounted sprayers to
reduce the number of adult mosquitos. The treatment will occur in
Nuevo. The area covers approximately 168 acres and is bordered
by Ninth Street to the north, Reservoir Avenue to the west, Yucca
Avenue to the east and 10th Street to the south. (See map).

Additionally, the Mystic Field area will also be treated. This area is
approximately 48 acres and is bordered by Reservoir Avenue to the
north, Orange Street to the east, Lakeview Avenue E. to the south
and Magnolia Avenue to the west. (See map #2).

The application of EPA approved mosquito control product Zenivex
(EPA Reg No 2724-807) is scheduled for Monday (7/22) 4:30 a.m.
to 7 a.m.

All products used are registered by the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) to control mosquitos and protect public health. The
products are applied according to label instructions by trained and
certified technicians. Although the products pose very low to no
risk, some people may prefer to avoid exposure. To minimize
exposure, residents and pets should remain indoors and keep
windows closed during and for 15 minutes following ground
application. The amount of material sprayed is three ounces per
acre, which ensures that humans, animals, and crops are safe.  
Signs will be posted Friday along the route informing residents of
the control efforts.  Outreach efforts will also be conducted Friday
with vector staff providing information on how to control mosquito
breeding areas on their property and protect their family from
mosquito bites.

In addition, vector control staff are intensifying mosquito
surveillance, searching out breeding sites, and conducting larval
control where appropriate.

Protect yourself from mosquito bites:

Apply Insect Repellent. Use a repellent with DEET (N,
N-diethyl-m-toluamide), picaridin (KBR 3023), oil of lemon
eucalyptus [p-methane 3, 8-diol (PMD)] or IR3535 according to the
instructions on the product label. DEET products should not be
used on infants under two months of age and should be used in
concentrations of 30 percent or less on older children. Lemon
eucalyptus oil should not be used on children under three years of
age.

Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours. Dawn and dusk are peak biting
times for many mosquitos. If mosquitos are biting you during the
daytime hours, please mention that when you call our office
because it might help identify the species of mosquito in your area.

Clothing Can Help Reduce Mosquito Bites. Wear long-sleeves,
long pants, and socks when outdoors to help keep mosquitos away
from the skin.

Mosquito-Proof Your Home. Drain Standing Water. Mosquitos lay
their eggs in standing water. Limit the number of places for
mosquitos to breed by draining/discarding items that hold water.
Check rain gutters and drains. Empty and scrub out any unused
flowerpots and wading pools. Change water in birdbaths, livestock
troughs, and pet bowls at least weekly, scrubbing thoroughly
before refilling.

Install or Repair Screens. Keep mosquitos outside by having
tightly-fitting screens on all of your windows and doors.

If you have been recently bitten by a mosquito and are
experiencing any flu-like symptoms, it is recommended to consult
with your doctor.

Please call the vector control office at 951-766-9454 if you have any questions, would
like to report a mosquito problem in your area or to request mosquito larvae eating
fish. You may also visit our website http://www.rivcoeh.org/programs/vector or
Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RiversideCountyEH/ for more information.
NOTE FROM DONNA

I have some important news to share.

My doctor told me on my last visit (couple of days ago), that
she has a patient who contacted the West Nile virus.

She also related that several days ago Vector control did a
sweep of Sun City/Palm Desert. There were mosquitos found
that had the West Nile virus.

Her suggestion was to tell as many people as possible about
these mosquitos.

Put out mosquito repellants and keep all doors and windows
closed.

I can remember years ago running through the woods,
playing outside for hours and coming home with mosquito
bites. But back then, it wasn't anything serious.

Times change!

West Nile virus - Where did it come from and where might it
go?

This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.

In October 1999, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) reported on an outbreak of human arboviral encephalitis in
New York City, beginning in late August . The encephalitis was
initially thought to be due to St Louis encephalitis (SLE) virus
because of positive serological results from the cerebrospinal
fluid (CSF) and serum of affected patients. At the same time, there
was an increase in avian mortality including wild crows and exotic
birds at the Bronx Zoo. Because avian mortality is not common
with SLE, other pathogenic arboviruses were investigated as the
cause of this unusual phenomenon.

Subsequent DNA sequencing of human and avian viral isolates
indicated that they were closely related to West Nile (WN) virus,
not previously isolated in the Western Hemisphere (1).
Serological testing of CSF and serum, including those specimens
positive for SLE virus, from a number of patients was positive for
antibody to WN virus. A new infectious disease had emerged in
the Americas.

Flaviviruses are lipid-enveloped, single stranded RNA viruses,
with a genome of approximately 11,000 nucleotides. Flaviviruses
belong to the family Flaviviridae with Pestivirus (of veterinary
importance) being the other genus in this family. There are over
68 viruses in this genus, of which 30 are known to cause human
disease. Within the genus, the flaviviruses are classified into
distinct species or serotypes by antigenic distinctions. There are
at least eight antigenic complexes, six of which contain human
pathogens.

WN virus was first isolated in the WN province of Uganda in
1937. The first recorded epidemics were reported in Israel in
the 1950s and in Europe in 1962
. Sporadic cases and outbreaks
have been reported from Africa, India, and Romania. The virus is
the most widely distributed of the arboviruses, causing infections
in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia, where it is endemic,
and in Europe more sporadically. However, it had never been
identified in the Americas before 1999. A closely related serotype,
Kunjin, has been found in Australia and Southeast Asia.

The ecology of WN virus has recently been described by Hubálek
and Halouzka. Similar to other Flaviviruses, WN virus has an
arthropod vector, which serves as a true biological vector.
Mosquitoes, mainly bird-feeding species, are the principal
vectors. WN virus has been isolated from 43 mosquito species,
predominantly Culex but also Aedes and Anopheles species.
Experimental and field evidence demonstrates vertical
transmission from parent to offspring mosquitoes. While the exact
role of vertical transmission is not known, it certainly offers the
potential for persistence of the virus under unfavourable
circumstances in overwintering mosquitoes. This would also
make human infection possible in the absence of an active
enzootic mosquito-to-bird transmission cycle.

Wild birds are the principal hosts. High, long term viremia has
been observed in infected birds, with virus persistence in the
organs of inoculated ducks and pigeons demonstrated for 20 to
100 days. Birds are usually asymptomatic.

In Europe, two cycles involving WN virus have been described.

The first is a rural cycle involving wetland birds and mosquitoes,
and the second an urban cycle with domestic birds and
mosquitoes, with the mosquitoes feeding on both birds and
humans. A similar dual cycle is seen with SLE virus in the United
States with interaction of these two cycles, rural and urban.
Genetic analysis of a WN virus mosquito isolate from Romania
showed the identical sequence to isolates from mosquitoes from
Senegal and Kenya, and part of a lineage composed of strains
from North, West, Central and East Africa, all of the European
isolates and an Israeli isolate. It has been hypothesized that virus
was introduced to Europe by birds migrating from sub-Saharan
Africa to northern Africa and then to southern Europe. This theory
is supported by transfer of another virus, Sindbis virus, from South
Africa to northern Europe by migratory birds, as well as by
isolation of WN virus from migratory birds and their ticks in
Europe. Northward migration of birds occurs along the Danube
Delta, a main avian refuge.

Environmental factors that enhance vector proliferation and its
contact with host animals and humans allow the emergence of
WN virus. Risk factors for acquiring WN virus in the Romanian
outbreak were mosquitoes in the home, more mosquito bites per
day and, for people living in apartments, having a flooded
basement. An abundance of indoor mosquitoes was noted in
Bucharest residences during the outbreak, probably related to a
scarcity of home air conditioners and screens. Apartment building
basements, flooded with sewage leaking from poorly maintained
plumbing, provided a good breeding ground for mosquito larvae.
Additionally, chickens and other domestic fowl (with a
seroprevalence of 41%) were commonly kept at private
residences in Bucharest.

In the New York City outbreak, the initial cases lived within a 3.2
km radius of one another and in close proximity to the two major
international airports.

Cases were subsequently found in two neighbouring counties.
Only one of the patients had travelled to Africa, in June 1999. Just
before and concurrent with the human outbreak was an increased
number of deaths in birds, especially crows. This high mortality is
suggestive of the recent introduction of virus to the area.
Subsequent studies found infected birds and mosquitoes in
several counties north of New York City, Long Island, New Jersey
and Connecticut. A November 1999 workshop on the WN virus
outbreak reported that virus had been isolated from a dead crow
in Baltimore. More recently, an infected hawk was found in a
suburb north of New York City in February 2000. This suggests
that the maintenance hosts and arthropod vectors are fairly widely
distributed. These findings have raised concerns that WN virus
may become established in avian fauna of the United States, as
well as questions of whether migrating birds will spread it to the
southwestern United States, Caribbean and even South America.

One important question has been whether WN virus might persist
through the winter, with reintroduction of the transmission cycle in
the spring of 2000. It had been speculated that the New York City
subway system could be a winter haven for infected mosquitoes.

To answer this question, overwintering Culex mosquitoes have
been collected from several areas in New York City. To date,
three of the 67 mosquito pools collected have had low (detected
only by polymerase chain reaction, not by culture) but detectable
levels of WN virus RNA. It is, as yet, unknown whether WN virus
persisted over the winter in the New York area.

How WN virus arrived in New York City is unknown. Potential
routes of introduction include importation of infected birds,
mosquitoes or viremic human beings. The outbreak occurred in an
area including two international airports. Incidental hosts, such as
humans, are not believed to be involved in transmission. Although
exotic birds at the Bronx Zoo could be considered a potential
source, no birds had been imported by the zoo for more than six
months before the outbreak, and birds outside the zoo were dying
before zoo birds. Thus, zoo birds were an unlikely source. Birds
destined for pet shops would have died in quarantine, raising the
possibility of illicit importations as another source.

In regions where WN virus is endemic, many infections are not
apparent or cause only mild disease. Acquired immunity likely
represents a barrier to epidemics. Human outbreaks, sometimes
with severe disease, are probably the result of the introduction of
the virus to areas or into populations where background immunity
is low.

Historically, the illness caused by WN virus has been described
as an acute, febrile, influenza- or dengue-like illness lasting three
to six days, with moderate to high fever, headache, backache,
myalgia and arthralgia. The incubation period is reported to be
five to 15 days. Not uncommon are rash, generally described as
roseolar or maculopapular in nature, and lymphadenopathy.

Complications are reported in less than 15% and include central
nervous system involvement (aseptic meningitis or encephalitis,
anterior myelitis), hepatitis, pancreatitis and myocarditis. In the
early literature, recovery was reported as complete and
permanent sequelae not noted. However, deaths due to WN virus
have been reported in the Romanian, Algerian and New York City  
outbreaks and, as early as 1984, in three children in India .
Variations in the expression of disease may also be related to
strain-specific differences in virulence genes.

In January 2000, guidelines, developed by the CDC and United
States Department of Agriculture to monitor WN virus activity and
to prevent future outbreaks, were published in the Morbidity and
Mortality Weekly Report (30). They include recommendations for
surveillance activities, laboratory diagnosis, prevention and
control, public health infrastructure, interjurisdictional data
sharing and research priorities. There will be active bird
surveillance of both wild and sentinal bird populations along the
migration path from Massachusetts to Texas along the Atlantic
and Gulf coasts, enhanced mosquito surveillance, and enhanced
passive veterinary and human surveillance for neurological
disease. Serological testing for WN virus is to be available at all
state, and public health and veterinary laboratories.

Might we expect an outbreak of WN virus in Canada?

Canada has both the appropriate mosquito vectors and vertebrate
reservoir hosts. It is unknown, however, whether WN virus moved
south during the fall bird migration and/or whether it will move in
the spring to northern ecologies such as the Ottawa River Valley,
southern Ontario and Quebec, or eastern or western Canada
where appropriate mosquito vectors are well established. The
occurrence of WN virus infection in Canada must be considered a
real possibility, warranting a high index of suspicion on the part of
Canadian physicians. In February 2000, Health Canada convened
a working group meeting to assess the risk of introduction of WN
virus into Canada. A subcommittee was established to develop
and refine further recommendations on animal and mosquito
surveillance, human surveillance, laboratory diagnosis, biosafety
and communications, with another committee formed to address
implementation of the WN virus subcommittee's
recommendations. The federal Departments of Health and
Environment, and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency,
provincial Ministries of Health, committees and associations with
interests in wildlife, health and agriculture, as well as the CDC
and other United States agencies, are working to have a
coordinated approach to address the potential risk of WN virus.
Many provinces have implemented surveillance for WN virus.
Bermuda Dunes Community Association
Executive Session MeetingTuesday, July 23, 2019 (Closed)
Executive Session at 3:00 PM.
Bermuda Dunes Administration Building, 79-021 Ave 42, Bermuda
Dunes, CA 92203

AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER OF THE BDCA, ROLL CALL
President – Charlie Bishop, Vice President – Brett Coor, Mike
Soran – Treasurer,
Janet McMurtrey – Secretary, Director – Barbara Black
II. MINUTES
III. HEARINGS
IV. VIOLATIONS
V. DELINQUENCIES
VI. CONTINUED BUSINESS
VII. NEW BUSINESS
VIII. NOTICE OF COMPLETION
IX. ADJOURNMENT
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Bermuda Dunes Community Association Board of Directors
Meeting
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 (Open) Regular Session, 4:00 PM.
Bermuda Dunes Administration Building, 79-021 Ave 42, Bermuda
Dunes, CA 92203
AGENDA
I. CALL TO ORDER OF THE BDCA, ROLL CALL
President – Charlie Bishop, Vice President – Brett Coor, Mike
Soran – Treasurer,
Janet McMurtrey – Secretary, Director – Barbara Black
II. HOMEOWNER OPEN FORUM/CORRESPONDENCE
III. MEETING MINUTES
IV. TREASURER’S REPORT
V. MANAGEMENT REPORTS
VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS
VII. LIENS
160-3448, 160-3891, 160-2038, 160-5310, 160-2847, 160-2818,
160-3710, 160-2148, 160-5417, 160-
2892, 160-5080, 160-5019, 160-3781, 160-2203, 160-5637, 160-
4955, 160-3723, 160-5598, 160-5174,
160-4272, 160-4735, 160-5747, 160-4829, 160-5255, 160-2957,
160-5611, 160-2915, 160-3037, 160-
4528, 160-4926, 160-4670, 160-2876, 160-6076, 160-5543, 160-
4324, 160-3590, 160-4683
VIII. CONTINUED BUSINESS
a. Adoption of Proposed Rule Changes and Homeowner
Comments:
“Deletion of 3-foot area at the edge of Street Pavement/Prohibit
Garage/Yard/Estate Sales, Vacant lots Responsibility,
Maintenance 2 times
per Calendar Year”
b. Water Feature Monthly Service
IX. NEW BUSINESS
a. Printing Cost Options
b. Proposed Management Agreement Change/Inclusive
c. Open Session Dark for August?
d. Current RV Rules
ADJOURNMENT
NEXT MEETING
The next BDCA Board of Directors Open Session Meeting will be
held on August 27, 2019 at
4 PM in the BDCA Admin Building.
Social Security calls
Hi everyone, for several days now I’ve been getting calls
supposedly from “social security” saying if I don’t press 1 to talk to
an agent and if they don’t hear from me, my social will be blocked
permanently. Is anyone else getting these calls?
Thank you ��

Yes almost every day. Check out scams on the internet.
Social security will never call you.  The government has
received thousands of complaints about this scam. Do not
answer a call if you don’t know who’s calling. Hopefully
you have caller ID.  They will leave a message.
NOTE FROM MRS. B

We continue to receive emails regarding COYOTES IN
BERMUDA DUNES.

I thought the article above was very timely. Maybe we
should try calling a TV station?
Donna and Bob

I left a voice message again for Marty yesterday (3rd) .  He texted
me back saying OH you mean 42nd  we all come in on 41st &  
Sparky Lane and did clean up that side.  

Marty said they would make it happend today, nothing has been
done yet.

He needs to clean up this site!!

(Cheryl is referencing the area under construction on Avenue
42). It is going to be a storage facility.

Along with the  graffiti there is trash in the North East corner of the
property-inside the fencing that needs to be cleaned up.

Some of the contractors are our own local people, although since
the contractor signs hanging off the fence who would know.  
Probably a good thing.

Where is the pride?   Where is the Good Neighbor!!!

Thanks,

Chery Isen

Good Morning Cheryl:

Thanks for contacting us.

Being an ex-Community Council member, you are aware of
how things get done. It is usually one or two that actually
participate insofar as doing the real work.

When I was the Chairwoman I checked our entire
community, at least, once a week and sometimes twice a
week for violations.

As you know, Code Enforcement is no longer pro-active. So
it is critical that we on the council make sure they get
contacted about the violations asap, otherwise, they only
drive through Bermuda Dunes once in awhile.

At our last Council meeting I notified Jeff and all the
council members that I was NO LONGER gong to continue
this process. They need to do it themselves, or appoint
someone to be responsible. There was a young man in the
audience who volunteered to do the job. Apparently, this is
not
working out.

I will bring this up at our next Council meeting.

Thanks so much Cheryl for taking it up and continuing to
support our community.
Bermuda Dunes Security Association Executive Session
Meeting Agenda

Thursday, July 25, 2019 (Closed) Executive Session at 2:00 PM.
Bermuda Dunes Administration Building, 79-021 Ave 42, Bermuda
Dunes, CA 92203

AGENDA
I. CALL TO ORDER OF THE BDSA, ROLL CALL
President - Robert Nagels, Vice President – Donald Keprta,
Treasurer – Chris Hogan,
Secretary – Robert Anderson, Director – Robert Nelson, Director –
Mike Tanner,
Director – Donald Clarke, Director - Joseph R. “Jack” Fox &
Director – Jerry Lugo

II. MINUTES
III. DELINQUENCIES
IV. NOTICE OF DEFAULT
V. COMPLETION OF FORECLOSURE
VI. OLD BUSINESS
VII.THIRD PARTY CONTRACTS
ADJOURNMENT

Bermuda Dunes Security Association Board of Directors
Meeting Agenda
Thursday, July 25, 2019 (Open) Regular Session at 3:00 PM.
Bermuda Dunes Country Club, 42-765 Adams St., Bermuda
Dunes, CA 92203

AGENDA
I. CALL TO ORDER OF THE BDSA, ROLL CALL
President - Robert Nagels, Vice President – Donald Keprta,
Treasurer – Chris Hogan,
Secretary – Robert Anderson, Director – Robert Nelson, Director –
Mike Tanner,
Director - Joseph R. “Jack” Fox, Director – Donald Clarke, &
Director - Jerry Lugo

II. MEETING MINUTES
III. TREASURER’S REPORT OF JUNE 2019/FINANCIALS
IV. DIRECTOR OF SECURITY REPORTS
V. MANAGEMENT REPORTS
VI. COMMITTEE REPORTS
a. Security Committee
b. Joint Committee
c. Planning Committee
d. Governing Docs Committee
VII. LIEN AUTHORIZATIONS
131-0359, 169-8359, 131-0922, 146-4535, 130-9645, 162-9969
VIII. CONTINUED BUSINESS
Nothing Currently.
IX. NEW BUSINESS
a. New Security Golf Carts/Consideration
X. HOMEOWNER OPEN FORUM
XI. ADJOURNMENT
NEXT MEETING – The Next BDSA Board of Directors Open BOD
Meeting will be held on
September 27, 2019 @ 3PM. Location TBA.
HAVE A GREAT DAY
Jeanine Lee

What  is the lady's name that looks at the houses around the
club? The house that is 3 houses in( off of May Pen gate left)  on
Runaway must not have trash service. He has trash on front
porch that is in bags 5' high by at least 10 long. Not only is it a
health hazard .. .but is disgusting. You should see it. He is trying
to hide it but what a rat infested area. I can't believe the club
allows this to happen inside the gates.

Wow Donna you would be shocked.  He also has 5 dogs!!!

Jeanine

Good Morning Jeanine:

Go
od Grief. This is horrible. I am pretty sure our HOA is on
top of it. I recall my friend Janet talking about this place.

Just in case I am wrong, I will go ahead and send your
email to Charlie Bishop, President of the HOA. He will make
the appropriate changes.

So sorry for the rest of the neighborhood.

Donna
Ninety percent of the art of living
consists of getting along with people
you cannot stand.
Samuel Goldwyn
If you have learned how to disagree
without being disagreeable, then you
have discovered the secrete of getting
along - whether it be business, family
relations, or life itself.
Bernard Meltzer
The most important single ingredient in
the formula of success is knowing how
to get along with people.
Theodore Roosevelt