— Limiting, per a stalled City Council bill, streetlights to no more than 3,000 Kelvin (think an incandescent “soft white”);
— Installing some kind of shade or lens cover to reduce lateral glare;
— Exploring ways of dimming lighting in residential neighborhoods;
— Suspending further installation until specifications are refined.
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