§ 134.33  EXCEPTIONS TO CONTROL OF GLARE.
   (A)   Utility street and yard lights, or any other outdoor lights, that are aimed, directed, or focused in a manner that would cause direct light from the fixture to be directed seaward or toward residential buildings on adjacent or nearby land, or would create glare perceptible to persons operating motor vehicles on public ways shall be redirected or its light output controlled as necessary to eliminate such conditions.
   (B)   All temporary emergency lighting needed by the Police or Fire Departments or other emergency services, as well as all vehicular lighting, shall be exempt from the requirements of this subchapter.
   (C)   All hazard warning lighting required by federal regulatory agencies are exempt from the requirements of this subchapter, except that all lighting used must be red and must be shown to be as close as possible to the federally required minimum standards.
   (D)   Law governing conflicts. Where any provision of federal, state, county, or town statutes, codes, or laws conflicts with any provision of this code, the most restrictive shall govern unless otherwise regulated by law.
(Ord. 33-04, passed 5-22-05; Am. Ord. 29-08, passed 12-30-08)  Penalty, see § 134.99