Sec. 80-50. District RA (agricultural).
(11) Wireless communication facilities.
h. Lighting. Only basic security lighting shall be permitted. Lighting shall not result in glare on the adjacent properties. A lighting ring chart shall be provided as part of the plan submitted for approval of any facility. This requirement does not preclude the use of light poles, athletic field light structures or other sources of light from being used to disguise or to support wireless communications facilities. Lighting required by federal authorities, including the Federal Communications Commission or the Federal Aviation Administration are recognized as superseding local requirements for lighting when the requirements are inconsistent.
Sec. 80-85. District R-4-O (low apartment, administrative office building district).
(e) Off-street parking and loading regulations.
2) For office buildings, off-street parking and loading regulations shall be as follows:
e. The parking area shall be hard-surfaced, and any lights used to illuminate it shall be placed in such a manner that light will not be directed into abutting residential property.
Sec. 80-135. District BBD (Brookside business district).
(g) Architectural standards.
(4) Lighting. Floodlights or lights which illuminate open areas in connection with any of the uses listed in this section shall be so arranged as to reflect the light away from any adjoining residential property, and the intensity shall not exceed two lux measured at any property line.
Sec. 80-140. District C-2 (local retail business).
(b) Use regulations. In district C-2, no building or land shall be used, and no building shall be erected, altered or enlarged, which is arranged, intended or designed for other than one or a combination of the following uses:
(1) Principal uses.
d. Automobile-related and automobile-oriented uses:
1. Automobile or trailer sales agencies and trailer or used car sales lots, provided that all repair services shall be within a building and access thereto shall be only from a major thoroughfare. When service facilities are provided for motor vehicles or trailer repair work, the nearest point of the property shall be 200 feet or more from the boundary of an R-1 to R-3 district, inclusive, unless such use creates no noise in excess of that of normal daily traffic measured at the boundaries of the premises, and no vibration or odor generated by such use shall be perceptible at the boundaries of the premises. No dismantling of cars or trailers, repair services or sale of used parts shall be allowed on any trailer or used car sales lot. Any lights used to illuminate a trailer or used car sales lot shall be so arranged as to reflect the light away from any adjoining premises in a residential use. The use of floodlights, except those used for protection of the property, shall be permitted only until 10:00 at night. Such lighting used for protection shall not exceed in intensity two lux, measured at any property line.
(d) Performance standards.
(2) Floodlights or lights which illuminate open areas in connection with any of the uses listed in this section shall be so arranged as to reflect the light away from any adjoining residential property, and the intensity shall not exceed two lux measured at any property line.
Appendix A: KCIA General planned development districtsiness districts
Section 3.5. Performance standards.
(H) Glare. No direct or sky-reflected glare, whether from floodlights or from high-temperature processes such as combustion or welding or otherwise, so as to be objectionable at the points of measurement. All lights shall be so installed as to deflect from adjacent resident developments and streets.
Appendix B: KCL GENERAL PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
Section 3.5. Performance standards.
(H) Glare. No direct or sky-reflected glare, whether from floodlights or other sources will be permitted which will be objectionable beyond the property line. All lights shall be so installed as to reflect away from adjacent resident developments and streets.
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