Meet Kevin Frye
The Lafayette-Oxford-University community is a special place - I moved here to attend the University of Mississippi and now have the good fortune to call this community home. My wife Ashley and I met during the 2009 Double Decker Festival (thanks to our Great Danes), and our family grew in February 2016 with the addition of our son Liam! Having participated in our community as students, employees, volunteers, business owners and neighbors, Ashley and I are deeply invested in the future prosperity of Lafayette County.
Kevin Frye was highlighted as an important leader in the Oxford and Lafayette County community in “Oxford on the Move,” a February 2017 special publication of The Oxford Eagle. The feature profiled members of the community recognized for their important leadership as Oxford and Lafayette County continue to lead the region in growth. Kevin was highlighted alongside other community leaders, including University of Mississippi Athletic Director Ross Bjork, Oxford Mayor-Elect Robyn Tannehill, Baptist Hospital CEO Bill Henning, Oxford Police Chief Joey … read more
The process of updating Lafayette County’s comprehensive plan is entering a new and critically important stage. Since March, two committees have been meeting with our planning team and gathering information about our community. Topics have included economic development, growth expectations in Lafayette County, Oxford and at the University of Mississippi, affordable housing, transportation infrastructure and more. This data will be the foundation for a plan that establishes policy goals for the future of our community – more specifically, your future. … read more
On Monday the Board of Supervisors made a number of changes to our Subdivision Regulations, including: 1. A moratorium on all new billboards until such time as a new sign ordinance is passed; 2. A prohibition on the burning of construction debris, and a requirement that a permit be obtained for any burning of land clearing debris. This ordinance applies in neighborhoods and commercial complexes; 3. Strengthening our erosion control requirements for all work in neighborhoods and commercial areas with … read more