(A)   Sign lighting may not cause confusion with traffic lights, be misconstrued as a traffic signal or otherwise create a hazardous condition.
   (B)   Except where expressly prohibited, illumination of signs is permissible so long as the light emitted does not shine onto an adjoining property in a way as to create a nuisance or into the eyes of motorists or pedestrians using or entering public streets or ways.
(Ord. 99-06, passed 6-7-99) Penalty, see § 158.99