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1600 Seventh Avenue
Troy, New York 12180

Phone (518) 270-2880
Fax (518) 270-2983

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Mark J. Fleming
1600 Seventh Avenue
Troy, New York 12180
Phone (518) 270-2890
Fax (518) 270-2975
E-mail - mfleming@rensco.com

District One - City of Troy

Mark Fleming is a lifelong resident of Troy, as were his parents, the late Mary and John C. Fleming.  He is the proud father of two fine young men, Eric and Ethan.

Mark has been a government servant in many capacities, serving the City of Troy, Rensselaer County, the Troy City School District, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the New York State Office of General Services.  In 2006, he retired as a Captain from the Troy Fire Department after 29 years of dedicated service. During Mark’s career he has had the privilege and opportunity to work with practically every bureau and department in Troy and Rensselaer County.

Mark’s dedication to the public sector was greatly influenced by his father’s commitment to the City of Troy. Deeply rooted in and dedicated to his community, Mark has been involved in several youth organizations, church and civic groups, and labor unions.  Presently he sits as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Commission on Economic Opportunity.

During the current term, Mark has set forth his best effort as a member of the Aging, Agriculture, Environmental and the Public Works Committees. A hands on legislator, Fleming vows to serve as a financial watchdog and require the county government to act in a fiscally conscious manner through greater levels of accountability, efficiency and transparency.

“I am honored to be chosen to represent the people of Troy on the Rensselaer County Legislature,” says Fleming.  “I will continue to serve with enthusiasm to promote and maintain a positive business environment in the county. A vibrant business community creates the tax base necessary to provide the services all of our residents deserve. Mark serves on the Aging, Agriculture, and Public Works Committees.