4-305-040  Procedures and provisions for adequate lighting – Date of compliance.
   (a)   Each operator of a remote service terminal installed on or after July 1, 1994, shall comply with the provisions of this chapter commencing on the date the remote service terminal is installed. Compliance with the provisions of this chapter by operators as to remote service terminals existing as of July 1, 1994 shall be optional until July 1, 1995 and mandatory thereafter. This chapter shall apply to an operator of a remote service terminal only to the extent that the operator controls the access area or defined parking area to be lighted.
   (b)   If an access area or a defined parking area is not controlled by the operator of the remote service terminal, and if the person who leased the remote service terminal site to the operator controls the access area or defined parking area, the person who controls the access area or defined parking area shall comply with the provisions of this chapter as to any remote service terminals installed on or after July 1, 1995, commencing on the date the remote service terminal is installed and, as to any remote service terminal existing as of July 1, 1994, commencing no later than on July 1, 1995.
   (c)   The operator or other person responsible for the remote service terminal shall provide lighting during the hours of darkness with respect to an open and operating remote service terminal and any defined parking area, access area and the exterior of an enclosed remote service terminal installation according to the following standards:
      (i)   There shall be a minimum of ten candlefoot power at the face of the remote service terminal and extending in an unobstructed direction outward five feet;
      (ii)   There shall be a minimum of two candlefoot power within 50 feet from all unobstructed directions from the face of the remote service terminal. In the event the remote service terminal is located within ten feet of the corner of the building and the remote service terminal is generally accessible from the adjacent side, there shall be a minimum of two candlefoot power along the first 40 unobstructed feet of the adjacent side of the building; and
      (iii)   There shall be a minimum of two candlefoot power in that portion of the defined parking area within 60 feet of the remote service terminal.
(Added Coun. J. 11-17-93, p. 42123)