Re: "To" at beginning of sentence
You're right. It should not be an imperative.
Originally Posted by inochita
We are going to vote on whether or not:
- To create a Committee for Strategic Planning
- To buy a town Christmas tree this year
- To mark out more disabled parking spaces in the Town Hall car park.
I don't like the very first part that you posted "Resolutions to vote". I would expect either "Resolutions to be voted on" or "Resolutions awaiting vote" or something similar.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.