No. The proposed lighting specifications were computer modeled for the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and updated in subsequent Technical Memos submitted to the City. In late September 2021, the City requested that two of the actual light fixtures be set up on site to assess the results of the modeling in the EIR. This test was completed in November 2021. Light measurements taken during the test confirmed that the lighting “cut-offs” are very precise, and there is no light overspill. This data is presented in the Final Environmental Impact Report, both in the Topical Issues and the Appendix. As noted above, lights will not illuminate the Coral Mountain at night. In fact, there is explicit agreement with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife that this will not occur. With the reduction of the height of the light poles from 80 to 40 feet, all of the photometrics were recalculated, and evidence a reduction in impact, both in terms of brightness and the light footprint (“cut-offs”).