Several hundred thousand dollars in loans have gone uncollected by the small-business lending arm of the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA), with more than half of its loans seriously delinquent, according to an internal audit obtained by The Boston Globe through a public records request.

The audit of taxpayer-funded nonprofit, the Boston Local Development Corp., comes after a larger audit of the BRA that found the authority did not collect millions of dollars in fees and lease payments from developers.

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