of work by Parker Mechanical, blog post by John Hoff
Frequent political "also ran" Troy Parker, who is also a frequent flyer on Litigation Airlines (click here for previous story) was involved in a business entity called Parker Mechanical Inc and, it would appear, a business entity just called Parker Mechanical. (Parker Mechanical was just an assumed name, Parker Mechanical INCORPORATED was an actual corporation)
Those two business entities no longer exist but information exists on the "inactive" business portion of the Minnesota Secretary of State website.
Both businesses were registered at 4933 Penn Ave. N., the same as Troy Parker's campaign headquarters for world domination, starting with local offices.
If he could ever win.
Parker Mechanical INCORPORATED had Arylnn Parker as its chief executive officer, though the state website spells her name "Aelynn." Parker Mechanical INCORPORATED was created in 2000 but was...
...administratively dissolved in 2008. Parker Mechanical (no "incorporated") was the assumed name. Its duration was until 2010 so now it's inactive since, apparently, nothing was filed to keep it active, especially after the dissolution of Parker Mechanical INCORPORATED in 2008.
A commenter on this blog says there are "19 civil filings" involving Parker Mechanical but I can't confirm that info through MNCIS, though MNCIS is a rinky-dinky system on the best of days. I can, however, find documents in the federal PACER system about a lawsuit against Parker filed by The Trustees of Sheet Metal Local #10 Control Board Trust Fund v. Parker Mechanical, Inc.
The Sheet Metal union was suing for $4,609.12.
And you know what I always say in these circumstances...
I'm sure Troy Parker has the 12 cents.
The lawsuit was served April 13, 2004, click here for document. No answer came from Parker in 20 days so the Sheet Metal union moved for a default judgment.
The default judgment was granted.
(To the commenter who claimed there were 19 civil filings, get me the file numbers and I will dig into that when I can. I've hit a dead end with MNCIS even when doing "business search" under civil filings)
Sigh. Troy Parker. What else can I say right now?
This is a guy who wants (or, at one time, wanted) to hold public office and, among other things, make decisions that have an impact on business. Yet apparently Troy Parker didn't have enough sense to realize when your business is being sued, you have to file an answer or there will be a default judgment.