The legal dispute between owners of the Field of Dreams movie site and several of the site's neighbors has ended, according to Denise Stillman, CEO of the development group that bought the site a year ago.

Stillman made the announcement Thursday evening. 

"The Residential and Agricultural Advisory Council (RAAC) and Go the Distance Baseball LLC, the two parties involved in a dispute surrounding the All-Star Ballpark Heaven development for youth near the Field of Dreams Movie Site, have mutually dismissed their legal claims against one another," Stillman said in a statement.

The RAAC represents neighbors of the Field of Dreams site who have opposed plans for a youth baseball and softball tournament complex proposed by Stillman's group near the site. The RAAC has been battling the City of Dyersville and Go the Distance over the plans for over a year.

Legal claims between the RAAC and the City of Dyersville were not included in the agreement. 

Stillman said neither party would offer additional comment on the legal claims. Susan Hess, attorney for the RAAC, declined to comment beyond verifying the dismissal of claims. 

Look for developments in this story here and in the Dec. 25 issue of the Dyersville Commercial.