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Will PlanBTV Disrupt the South End's Original 'Makers'? 08/05/15, via Seven Days

It immediately drew criticism for proposing to allow housing in certain parts of the Enterprise Zone, a 225-acre section of the South End that is home to 472 businesses. One concern is that future Founded 90 years ago during a canned-food boom

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ACTION SALES RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT&SUPPLY-HOW TO CHANGE BLADE AND GEAR FOR EDLUND #1 CAN OPENER

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Edlund #1 can opener blade can be used to open around 2500 cans each side, and replace gear when both sides of blade wear out. Video provided by Action.

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Spiffy Kitchen Collectibles

Spiffy Kitchen Collectibles

Published by Krause Publications 2003

ISBN 9781440227912,1440227918
256 pages

Fun in the Fifties Kitchen That was the marketing strategy of the companies producing the wide range of gadgets and products designed to make life in the kitchen much easier and a whole lot more colorful. Take this period tour full of '50s flair from teleservers for snacking to barbeque equipment for family gatherings to appetizer sets for entertaining. Coverage Includes: Clocks, salt and pepper shakers, Lustro-Ware, cookie cutters and cake molds Collectible advertising premiums from products such as Aunt Jermima and Planters 1,000 photos and prices Manufacturers such as: Ekco, Foley, Plas-tex, Rubbermaid and Rival

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Will PlanBTV Disrupt the South End's Original 'Makers'? - Seven Days

Burlington officials have been soliciting feedback about a plan for future growth in the city's South End, which hosts some of its most desirable residential neighborhoods and also the bustling Pine Street corridor, which is zoned "enterprise"... They've heard plenty from a well-organized group of artists and small-business owners who are worried that a proposed change in zoning — to allow housing where it's currently prohibited — will sanitize a district fondly described as "gritty. Largely missing from the yearlong debate, however, have been the voices of the last-standing, large-scale manufacturers in the South End — some of the grittiest businesses still around. What do they think about the public planning process, dubbed planBTV South End, and, in particular, the prospect of people moving to their neighborhood. Originally home to lumberyards and factories, the South End has shed much of its industrial past — a cotton mill turned weapons manufacturer now hosts Congressman Peter Welch's office and a Pilates studio. But a handful of companies have kept the manufacturing tradition alive, churning out four-color magazines, cookie dough, can openers and other products. Some, such as Edlund Company and Blodgett Ovens, have been around since before World War II. Others — Lake Champlain Chocolates, Switchback Brewing, Rhino Foods, Burton — represent a younger generation. Executives at these companies tend to keep a low profile — they're not inclined to sign petitions, spar with politicians or insert themselves in public debates. But their businesses could be deeply affected by the planning that is under way. In June, the city unveiled a draft of planBTV South End, a 98-page document that envisions new parks, a "maker'hood" for new businesses and more bike lanes, among other changes. The plan, which professes to be a compilation of public suggestions, draws on culinary imagery as an organizing device: the section on preserving artist spaces is headlined "Spice It Up". the plan for parks is called "Get Your Greens. It immediately drew criticism for proposing to allow housing in certain parts of the Enterprise Zone, a 225-acre section of the South End that is home to 472 businesses. Some of the South End manufacturers run around the clock. most use industrial machines and rely on large delivery trucks to transport materials and products. Another worry is that housing will compete for a dwindling number of open properties and put upward pressure on rent and tax bills, making the South End unaffordable for current inhabitants. The draft plan notes that manufacturers have already felt the squeeze: "As a result of rising rents caused by market demand, the South End is becoming increasingly unaffordable for traditional commercial-industrial business and small startups. The city's logic is that South End companies stand to benefit from the "workforce" housing that planners have suggested. Tammy Bushell, human resources manager at the Edlund Company, is open to the idea. Founded 90 years ago during a canned-food boom, Edlund started out making can openers in the South End. In 1960, the company moved to its current location: a single-story brick building with an expansive green lawn and single basketball hoop on the aptly named Industrial Parkway. The company is touting its recently patented Tomato Laser Slicer as "the easiest, fastest and most advanced manual tomato slicer the industry has ever seen. Bushell thinks some of Edlund's 107 employees could benefit from housing nearby — if the price were right — but the average assembly worker earns $17. 50 an hour. It's not uncommon, she said, for them to turn down annual raises because the additional cash would make them ineligible for public housing assistance. Edlund employees are all too familiar with conflicts that can arise when people live near an industrial manufacturer — beyond a line of trees behind the factory is a row of condos, just outside the Enterprise Zone. Bushell said they've managed to maintain a good relationship with their neighbors by making concessions, such as adjusting their delivery-truck schedule and using noise meters to make sure new equipment doesn't exceed acceptable sound levels. "We've had them come in screaming and threatening our employees," Bushell said of the.

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You are viewing one of the outstanding items in the Edlund series line. We carry a full line of top quality Edlund products. Call customer service at 877-231-8589 for any questions you have about this outstanding product.

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Edlund Spring/Model ECO1/Edlund Can Openers and Parts

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You are viewing one of the outstanding items in the Edlund series line. We carry a full line of top quality Edlund products. Call customer service at 877-231-8589 for any questions you have about this outstanding product.

$8.73

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