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Chesterfield and VSU to host meeting on Ettrick's future

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

Chesterfield County and Virginia State University are teaming up to try and revitalize the Ettrick area.

Leaders want to hear your thoughts on what the future of Ettrick should look like.

Leaders especially want to know how VSU and the County should be using the new student center to improve the community and how the Ettrick Train Station can be improved.

Tuesday's meeting is at VSU's dining center at 4 p.m, according the Progress-Index.

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