CM Charlie Tygard's latest version of the bill calls for proposed neighborhood LED billboards to be turned on no earlier than 6 a.m. and turned off no later than 10:00 p.m. Those seem like arbitrary numbers. And Tygard dusts off an old selling point that he used when he tried to get council to allow car washes in certain neighborhoods a while back: LEDs should be integrated into brick, stone, or wood architectural feature with permanent landscaping. What is this preoccupation with monument-style sign features and landscaping? Does Tygard really believe that makes street-choking car wash traffic and retina-imprinting LED billboards more attractive in neighborhoods? Sounds like another low-density suburban perk applied across all neighborhoods, even high-density urban ones.