To prevent interior artificial lighting from illuminating the jurisdictional boundaries or adjacent waters during the nesting season, measures such as, but not limited to, the following shall be taken to reduce or eliminate the negative effects of new or existing interior light emanating from doors and windows:
(a) Interior artificial lighting within direct line-of-sight of the beach shall be designed, positioned, modified, or removed so that:
- The point source of light or any reflective surface of the light fixture is not directly visible from the beach.
- The area within the jurisdictional boundaries is not directly or indirectly illuminated.
- The area within the jurisdictional boundaries is not cumulatively illuminated.
(b) Measures such as but not limited to the following shall be taken to reduce or eliminate the negative effects of new or existing interior beachfront lighting through appropriate design:
- Use of window treatments such as blackout draperies, shade-screens or blinds to shield interior lights from the beach.
- Installation of new windows which meet the standards for tinted glass or, for existing windows, an application of window tint or film that meets the standards for tinted glass.
- Turning off all unnecessary interior lights.
- Arrangement of lamps and other moveable light fixtures away from windows.
- Appropriate interior design to eliminate overhead lighting which could illuminate the nesting beach.
- For new construction within line of sight of the beach, tinted glass shall be installed on all windows and glass doors of single-or multi-story structures