I have been seeing phrases "The board of directors resolved on the budget." but have never heard, and in dictionaries have not found, a combination of "resolve" with preposition "on" to refer to the topic that a body must make a decision on.
The OED says to resolve in this sense generally takes an object clause, such as "The Committee resolved that it accepts the chairman's proposal." or "The shareholders resolved to go forward with the takeover bid." But when the actual tenor of the decision is not stated, only the topic on which a resolution must be passed, is it correct to use "resolve on"?