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Dimensions2250 x 1500
Original file size1.78 MB
Image typeJPEG
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Date taken1-May-18 14:20
Date modified1-May-18 16:00
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Camera makeCanon
Camera modelCanon EOS 7D
Focal length160 mm
Exposure1/2000 at f/8
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Exposure modeAuto
Exposure prog.Aperture priority
ISO speedISO 2500
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A1.02.ShellBeach Sign_2

A1.02.ShellBeach Sign_2

Donna Price / American PressQuite a few ÒNo restaurants on Shell Beach DriveÓ signs now line the street as some residents are against a zoning application that would allow for a restaurant/special event center to operate on a 9.2-acre tract of property at 1301 Shell Beach Drive.Mazen Hijazi, owner of MazenÕs restaurant on West College St., filed an application to the city of Lake Charles Planning Department on April 13, requesting a major conditional use permitÓ to allow the existing home to function as a restaurant/special event center. According to the application, Hijazi stated that the development is Òwill designed and will provide an option for corporate meetings and special events in Lake Charles.ÓThe cityÕs Planning and Zoning Commission will consider the application 5:30 p.m. May 14 at City Hall in the City Council chambers, 326 W. Pujo St. Doug Burguieres, assistant director for the cityÕs planning department, said if approved by the planning commission, the property would remain zoned as residential and could only be used as a restaurant or event center.