BY BRIAN KATES
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Six weeks after after bungling led to the collapse of an East Harlem tenement, the city is still unable to give locations of similar buildings it has deemed dangerous.
The building at 102 E. 124th St. collapsed on March 4, weeks after the city had slapped it with an "emergency declaration" requiring immediate repair.
Buildings Commissioner Patricia Lancaster then promised a review of "every outstanding emergency declaration in the city."
As of Wednesday she could not provide the location of even one.
Department spokesman Kate Lindquist confirmed emergency declarations have been slapped on buildings throughout the city, but she couldn't provide even an approximate number.
No one was injured in the E. 124th St. collapse, but trains on nearby Metro-North tracks were shut down through rush hour for fear vibrations could affect neighboring buildings.
Afterward, Lancaster vowed that her department would "take appropriate measures - including disciplining anyone who did not do their job." Lindquist refused to say whether anyone has been or would be disciplined.
"The review of the outstanding emergency declarations is underway, and we will make the results of the review public in the next few weeks," she said.