The license of a New Brighton electrical contractor was revoked in February after he performed contracting work without a master electrician on staff and allowed unlicensed, unregistered employees to perform work without qualified supervision, according to an order by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry.
Anthony H. Poeschel and his business, North Side Electric , also did not submit a certificate of employment for an employee and failed to report earnings for some employees on tax forms.
The state told Poeschel to hire a “properly licensed electrical contractor” to review, repair and call for inspection of “all unlicensed, unpermitted work [North Side and Poeschel] have performed.”
Poeschel was fined $10,000, $7,500 of which is stayed as long as he complies with conditions of the order.
Contractors who lose their licenses are ineligible to reapply for licensure for two years.


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