The argument over control in Atlantic City was made again by Mayor Lorenzo Langford. He provided his State-of-the-City address and said while he isn’t opposed to a partnership with the state, the local government should have more control in the process. The state is in the midst of the creating a special tourism district in the city that would be controlled by the Casino Reinvestment and Development Authority. The bill is in front of Gov. Chris Christie, but Langford says he doesn’t support the current version.