Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Dark-sky law for the county?


County residents: Would you like a dark-sky ordinance that would eliminate light trespassing onto your property and into your bedroom window, cut glare, eliminate sky glow overhead and protect the night sky? Blaine County Planning and Zoning has decided not to include existing residences in their proposed outdoor lighting ordinance. If you want quality outdoor lighting that is targeted to the ground where it is not wasted, lighting that is shielded and eye-friendly, and which won't keep you awake at night, now is the time to let the P&Z and county commissioners know.

Stephen Pauley

Ketchum




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