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AJC columnist Kyle Wingfield pens an amen-worthy take this week on the APS vs. Beltline money squabble, which he likens to "a couple of newlyweds still bickering about a faux pas on their first date." Wingfield puts the financials at the heart of the spat into perspective and takes the longview on what stalled Beltline and school progress could mean for the region: "Failing public schools could stunt the Beltline's development far more than the money in question," he writes. "The young adults moving near its parks and trails may not have children now, but many of them will someday. They may well move if the schools don't improve." [Photo: Curbed]