Rules To Curb Light Pollution Advance One City And Park At A Time
By TOM BANSE
Jefferson Public Radio
Chances are you can't see the Milky Way at night. That's because the glare from city
lights washes out all but the brightest stars where most people live. A smattering of Northwest cities and counties are taking action by passing new rules for outdoor lighting. It's not all
about the stars. And some people take a dim view of light regulation.