MEETINGS: Warrego member Ann Leahy is taking appointments in Dalby, even though the office is still occupied by a different member.
MEETINGS: Warrego member Ann Leahy is taking appointments in Dalby, even though the office is still occupied by a different member. Aden Stokes

No timeframe for office change

IT HAS been six months since Ann Leahy became the state member for Dalby residents, yet the former MP still has his office here.

Ms Leahy said she has been inquiring without luck to finally establish her office in Cunningham St, where member for Condamine Pat Weir, still has staff.

Ms Leahy said it is her wish to have an officer in Dalby, the electorates largest town, but has not been advised when she can move in.

"I have no time frame on it, that is a matter for the Clark of the parliament,” she said.

"He has not given me any time frames in relation to that.

"I've had some preliminary discussions with him.

"But certainly my preference with such a large seat is to have three offices.”

Ms Leahy has offices in Roma and St George, but has not been foreign to the Dalby community.

She said she has been regularly visiting the region, and has been discussing issues related to the community.

Ms Leahy said since becoming the member for the region, she has made sure she could take appointments in Dalby.

"Pat Weir and his staff have been very gracious to me and I have been taking appointments with people from Dalby at Pat Weir's office and I thank him for that,” Ms Leahy said.


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