North Mayo Pyrite Group joined their Mica counterparts in submitting their final position paper to government officials over the Pyrite/Mica redress scheme today.
It sets out, what the group says, are essential requirements that must be fulfilled by government to allow homeowners reclaim their houses and their lives.
The scheme currently on offer involves homeowners paying 10% of the remediation costs, although campaigners are insisting on 100% redress, as well as a 40-year State-backed guarantee.
Crossmolina woman Martina Hegarty was part of the group who attended virtual working group and is also one of the homeowners deemed ineligible for redress by Mayo County Council.
She's been telling Midwest News why the Mayo homeowners returned to the working group to submit the final position paper to Government.