Washington Tobacco Asset Securitization Corporation 

About the Corporation

The Washington Tobacco Asset Securitization Corporation (WTASC) was established by Washington County on October 17, 2000, as a domestic, not-for-profit local development corporation. The corporation was established as a single-purpose financing vehicle to maximize revenues available to the county under the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement between 46 States and the four largest tobacco manufacturers with the resulting public purpose of benefiting taxpayers of the county through current and future revenue maximization.
  1. Board / Officers / Committees

    WTASC Board Officers & Committees

  2. By-Laws

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  3. Certificate of Incorporation

    Certificate of Incorporation

  4. Audited Financial Statements

    Audited Financial Statements

  5. Reports

    WTASC investment reports, budget reports, procurement reports, annual reports

  6. Budgets

    Annual Budgets

  7. Minutes & Resolutions

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  8. Mission Statement

    The corporation seeks to benefit taxpayers of the County through current and future budget relief and revenue maximization.

  9. Policies & Guidelines

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  10. Notices

    Annual Meeting Notices