By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Franklin Town Council has given it’s unanimous support for a so-called pouring permit that will allow for the operation of the town’s first Distillery. Glen Pharma Distillery is expected to open early next year according to the owner, a Franklin resident Patrick Downing who told the Council renovation and construction of the facility which will be located in the former textile mill, that housed the Incontro Restaurant on West Central Street has been a longer process than expected, but Downing says he’s planning on opening at the end of January or beginning of February. He says initially there will be a tasting room on the first floor and food will also be served. Town Councilors also approved with no discussion an alcohol license modification, for change of location as Acapulco’s is moving from Main Street in Downtown Franklin, to the former site of the Union Street Grill. On another matter Town Administrator Jamie Hellen announcing Wednesday night much anticipated land swap between the State and Town is nearing Franklin trading some land near State Forest to the State, for the land next to the transfer station on Beaver Street the old landfill site, that will be capped and hopefully someday be the site of an expanded/new state of the art, composting and recycling center.