The first order of business on today’s Finance Committee meeting is to rally support to deny Spike Lee’s production company’s application for a tax credit if Lee calls his controversial new film “Chiraq.” There’s also a communication from the city’s Chief Financial Officer recommending the Mayor’s plan to borrow $1.1 billion dollars to finish his debt restructuring plan, nine reappointments to Special Service Areas, and loan agreements totaling as much as $4.7 million dollars–one for a supportive living facility, the other for a rehabilitation of a residential building with 84 affordable rental units.