You often read Kent Marts’ columns about light pollution, and I agree that excessive lighting is a waste of money and improperly focused lights disturb people and light-pollute the planet. But there is another type of lighting that has bugged me. It dates to an event when I had a near mishap with another vehicle. Had the crash occurred, it would have been my fault. But if an existing state law were enforceable — it really isn’t — there wouldn’t even have been a near mishap.
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Opinion, Pages 6 on 12/01/2010
Print Headline: Lighting and the lack thereof