Leslie Dam operator, SunWater's chairman resigns

Casandra Garvey

THE chairman of Leslie Dam operator SunWater has announced his retirement.

SunWater chairman Ross Dunning will finish up with the company on September 30.

Mr Dunning began his role as chairman in December 2013, and has seen the organisation respond to challenges facing water supply in rural Queensland.

"It has been a privilege to serve as chairman of SunWater and I leave in the knowledge that the company has strong future prospects," he said.

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