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Fleming El-Amin was first appointed as Forsyth County Commissioner for District A when Commissioner Walter Marshall passed away in 2017. El-Amin won his first election for the seat in 2018.
El-Amin, a Winston-Salem native, is well-known locally for his long career in education and his political involvement. He graduated in 1975 from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa where he earned a degree in Economics and Business Administration and a certification in Secondary Education. He intended teaching to be his backup job.
He is married to Dr. Cassaundra A. El-Amin. They have five children and ten grandchildren.
Commissioner El-Amin is hard at work doing everything he can to make our community better!
About Fleming Fleming El-Amin was first appointed as Forsyth County Commissioner for District A when Commissioner Walter Marshall passed away in 2017. El-Amin won his first election for the seat in 2018. El-Amin, a Winston-Salem native, is well-known locally for his...
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Forsyth County approves $500 million budget on unanimous vote, lowers tax rate to 67.78 cents for every $100 of taxable property
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners quickly approved the 2021-22 county budget on Thursday afternoon, voting unanimously to set the tax rate at 67.78 cents for every $100 of taxable property. The approved budget totals $500 million and includes $149.5 million...
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