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Irrefutable proof that the Key Biscayne Postal Service takes the carriage of the Isle’s correspondence very seriously, the below image is assumed to have been taken in the aftermath of 1965’s Hurricane Betsy, at the Corner of Ridgewood & West Enid Drive.
Text by Ryan Jarrell. Before photo by J.C. Davis, courtesy of the Key Biscayne Historical & Heritage Society After photo by Marcelo Araica | May 11, 2018 | Culture & Art

A low-lying island, The Key has always been prone to flooding from even the lightest of thunderstorms, at least until the 1996 installation of comprehensive storm sewers. Note the extension of the Key Biscayne Community School/K-8 Center in the “after” photo, not present in the original archival image;