Unhappy mayor

    After much debate over plans for a state-run tourism district in Atlantic City, NJ Gov. Chris Christie is expected to sign an agreement into law. But Mayor Lorenzo Langford didn’t get all he wanted from the deal.

    The Associated Press and Press of Atlantic City reports Langford wanted more concessions from the state and is still considering the possibility of a lawsuit.

    The proposed district will encompass the beach, boardwalk, casinos and other areas to be run and maintained by the state.

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