The Wall Street Journal reports that Gov. Chris Christie will appoint an emergency manager to take over the daily operations of Atlantic City. The formal announcement will be made at Thursday’s third economic summit in the city, based on a recommendation from an advisory commission formed by the governor. Christie is expected to name Kevin Lavin, a lawyer who worked for FTI Consulting Inc. in New York, to the emergency manager position. The report also says that former Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr will be named as a consultant to work with Lavin to begin immediately and assume the powers now held by the mayor and council.