(6)   Canopy Lighting.
(a)   All canopy lighting shall use recessed luminaire fixtures and must be designed and located so as to prevent glare onto adjacent properties.
(b)   As an alternative or supplement to recessed lighting, indirect lighting may be used where light is directed upward and then reflected down from the underside of the canopy. When this method is used, light fixtures must be shielded so that direct light is focused exclusively on the underside of the canopy and is not visible from any residential use adjacent to the subject property or from any public right-of-way.
(c)   No light source in a canopy structure may extend downward further than the lowest edge of the canopy ceiling.
(d)   Highly reflective material shall not be installed on the underside of the canopy.