Culver City

The city will spend $26,000 on a summer jobs program for as many as 45 young people.

Applicants must be city residents and meet low-income requirements to qualify for the minimum-wage jobs with schools, hospitals and, nonprofit organizations. Some of the jobs may be set aside for developmentally disabled young people, city officials said.

The money allocated by the City Council on Monday is surplus from a city street lighting project.

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