The state allows businesses to go bankrupt

There was a letter in the Sept. 30 paper from a person about the projects on Maui and the way those who develop the projects do so not in good faith.

I worked at the airport with Aloha Airlines, and when the new terminal was built the state had jet bridges installed. When they started having problems the company went bankrupt and the state was stuck with putting in new ones with the taxpayers paying the bill.

It happened again when I purchased a home in Wailuku. We started seeing termites and the builders went bankrupt. That’s what they do and the state allows it

Clarence Suggs