§ 158.315  ILLUMINATION.
   Regulations regarding the illumination of signs shall be as follows.
   (a)   Shading. The light from any illuminated sign or billboard shall be so shielded, shaded or directed so that the light intensity shall not adversely affect surrounding or facing premises or safe vision of operators of vehicles on public or private roads.
   (b)   Blinking and flashing. Blinking, flashing, pulsating or fluttering lights, or other illuminated devices which have a changing light shall not be located closer than 300 feet from any residential district. This restriction shall not apply to signs displaying the date, time and temperature exclusively.
(1992 Code, App. F, § 17.06)  (Ord. 10-06, passed 1-23-2006)