Letters: Brightness distracting

Sooke driver wonders if SEAPARC sign is too bright

The new SEAPARC sign by the highway is very nice. Easily to be seen in daytime.

At nightime, you don’t notice the deers crossing in front of you on the highway because of the brightness of the light from the sign peeling your eyes away. Would that be a new public safety issue?

Perhaps the brightness of light from the sign could be toned down at nighttime? It seems to be on the same brightness level 24/7. You could dim it by 50 per cent at nighttime which would still be easily viewable.  Just a thought.

Michael Doerfler

Otter Point