The City Council’s Committee on Finance has a packed agenda for its meeting set to start at 10 a.m. Monday, including a $147 million tax break for the developers of the Old Main Post Office, a $20 million settlement for the families of two men killed in a car crash by drunken off-duty police detective Joseph Frugoli and a package of laws designed to change the way the city deals with stray or abandoned animals.

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