There seems to be no consistency when a commercial building is next to residential (C1B,C2 next to R1C in this example). One side of the street the commercial area has shielded lights and doesn't spill over to residents. (This expansion was a PUD). The lights are on timer. The other side of the same street the commercial enterprise (not a PUD) has enough lights that the neighbors don't have to turn on their own lights at night. The pole lights are much higher than the lights across the street. They are on all night whether the buisness is open or not. There are also lights on the building. Is there a good wording for an ordinance that would address this problem of lighting of commercial buildings and parking lots next to residential areas.