MLO

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AcronymDefinition
MLOMortgage Loan Officer
MLOMortgage Loan Originator (real estate)
MLOMy Little One
MLOMediolateral Oblique (mammography)
MLOMesorhizobium Loti
MLOMedical Laboratory Observer (journal)
MLOMultiple Level Observation
MLOMy Life Organized (website)
MLOMechanical Lock Out (bicycle wheel suspension)
MLOMaestría en Liderazgo Organizacional (Spanish: Master in Organizational Leadership; Guatemala)
MLOMauna Loa Observatory
MLOModel Lighting Ordinance (International Dark Sky Association/Illuminating Engineering Society)
MLOMill Levy Override (Colorado)
MLOMost Likely Outcome
MLOMotor Liciencing Officer (India)
MLOMilitary Liaison Office
MLOMulti-Layer Organic
MLOMisanthropic Luciferian Order (Satanic cult)
MLOMain-Line Operator (shipping)
MLOMaterial Liaison Office (US Navy)
MLOMilos, Greece - Milos (Airport Code)
MLOMutated Learning Object
MLOMain Lug Only
MLOMunicipal Lighting Ordinance
MLOManchurian Local Overprint (Chinese postal stamp)
MLOMeta-Level Organization
MLOMalibu Locals Only (street gang)
MLOMaster Lease Option
MLOMaterial, Labor, and Overhead
MLOMine-Like Object
MLOMultilobular Osteochondrosarcoma (tumor)
MLOMapua Lights Organization (Manila, Philippines)
MLOMechanised Letter Office (UK)
MLOMode-Locked Oscillator
MLOMinistry of Labour/Ontario
MLOMultilateral Organization
MLOMonolinoleate (glycerolmonolipide used to form reversed phases)
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In Florida, a statewide model lighting ordinance guides local governments in developing policies to protect hatching sea turtles.
He also received two Presidential Awards for his work on the TM-15 (Luminaire Classification System for Outdoor Luminaires) and the MLO (Model Lighting Ordinance).
With the International Dark-Sky Association, it's for the Model Lighting Ordinance. There are also MOUs with NALMCO (RP-36) and INFOComm (DG-17).
To address this issue, the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) and Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) recently issued the Joint IDA-IES Model Lighting Ordinance (MLO) [IDA/IES 2011].
[As this issue went to press, the IDA and the Illuminating Engineering Society jointly approved a Model Lighting Ordinance aimed at improving future outdoor lighting in North America.
* Development and maintenance of the Model Lighting Ordinance (MLO)
Missing is any mention of what the lighting industry has done to improve lighting system efficacies in the last quarter century, or the Society's hand in producing a balanced Model Lighting Ordinance for outdoor lighting, or the strides made by the lamp and luminaire manufacturers in reducing lamp mercury and improving the sustainability of manufacturing processes and bring new LED luminaires to market.
Nearly a decade ago, the association partnered with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America to develop a model lighting ordinance that would give cities and towns easily adapted outdoorlighting regulations.
The Model Lighting Ordinance, now that it has been finalized and released, will be added to our exterior lighting sessions.
That was followed by the presentation of Presidential Awards to Nick Bleeker (in recognition of his work as conference chair for the 2008 and 2009 events); Kevin Dowling (for his work on the IES Solid-state Lighting Subcommittee in developing testing standards for SSL products); Paul Lutkevich (for his work on roadway and tunnel lighting standards, and the Model Lighting Ordinance); and Nick Ferzacca (for his work on Standard 189.1, which addresses high-performance buildings).
The International Dark-Sky Association has developed a set of model lighting ordinances that cities and towns can adopt and modify to suit their needs accordingly.
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