The Ochopee Post Office in Collier County, the smallest post office in the country at 61.3 square feet, survived Hurricane Irma and reopened Friday.
The Ochopee Post Office in Collier County, the smallest post office in the country at 61.3 square feet, survived Hurricane Irma and reopened Friday. U.S. Postal Service
The Ochopee Post Office in Collier County, the smallest post office in the country at 61.3 square feet, survived Hurricane Irma and reopened Friday. U.S. Postal Service

Country’s smallest post office survived Hurricane Irma intact

September 16, 2017 05:21 PM

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