A Primary Election Day bomb threat at Lima Senior spurred discussion as to whether it should continue to be a polling location.
The high school was evacuated back in March as a result, disrupting among other things, the voting process at the site.
It was a topic of conversation among members of the Allen County Board of Elections during Thursday morning's meeting.
But any thought of making a change was quickly squashed as the board agreed that the voting process was obviously not a focus of the threat.
The board agreed to send a letter to the Lima Senior High Administration thanking them for the use of the high school for voting and expressing their desire to continue that relationship.