Renovation of school building delayed

June 13, 2014
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The completion of the renovated 67 Alleghany St. school building has been delayed until fall 2015, when Fenway High School will move into it. Boston Public Schools (BPS) had previously told the Gazette it would be ready for fall 2014.

BPS did not respond to a request for comment.

The Gazette first learned of the delay from a Fenway High School press release announcing the groundbreaking for the renovation last month. This is the second delay of the project, as BPS had announced in 2012 that Fenway would move into the building in September 2013.

The building formerly housed the Mission Hill K-8 School and New Mission High School, both of which moved to other neighborhoods in 2012 as part of a controversial BPS reshuffle.

Mayor Martin Walsh at the groundbreaking for the renovation of 67 Allegheny St. on May 8. (Courtesy Photo)

Mayor Martin Walsh at the groundbreaking for the renovation of 67 Allegheny St. on May 8. (Courtesy Photo)

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