Disabled help clean up Cortelyou Road

Businesses on Cortelyou Road are helped mentally disabled people get jobs.Merchants are paying workers to clean up the area as part of 'Project Sweep.' The

BROOKLYN - Businesses on Cortelyou Road are helped mentally disabled people get jobs.

Merchants are paying workers to clean up the area as part of 'Project Sweep.' The program provides vocational training for participants.

Many participants say the program gives them a source of income and helps them keeps a job.

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