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Neighborhood Street Fund

Neighborhood Street FundIn early 2008, the Department of Neighborhoods asked community leaders to work with their neighbors to identify and prioritize projects that will inform the Citys Cumulative Reserve Fund (CRF) and Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) project decisions. This partnership, between the City and its neighborhoods, has been extremely valuable to identifying priority projects by community members. In anticipation of having a $1 million Cumulative Reserve Fund (CRF) and $240,000 Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) in next years city budget, community members were invited to participate in the CRF/NSF Allocation Process by submitting project proposals in early 2008.

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