Agency withholds payments for Hyde Park school

Waiting for input on plan

The Massachusetts School Building Authority quietly has been making good on its threat to stop reimbursing Boston annually for a $40 million renovation of Hyde Park High School, six months after the city closed the building in violation of state funding rules.

The decision was issued in a Dec. 19 letter to Superintendent Carol R. Johnson that was obtained by the Globe last week. In the letter, the authority said the remaining payments for the Hyde Park project, totaling $12.7 million, are currently on hold “pending additional information from the city.’’

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