The city’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund launched in the summer of 2016 with fanfare and some worries about it becoming a slush fund. Close to two years on, the NOF is on track to bring in roughy $77 million from developers, and give out $12.5 million to small businesses. DPD announced this week it’s planning to take on larger requests from its pool of 800 applicants.

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