For the purposes of providing a proper arrangement of streets and assuring the adequacy of open spaces for traffic, utilities, and access of emergency vehicles, commensurate with the intensification of land use customarily incident to a change of zoning, a platting requirement is established as follows: For any land which has been rezoned upon application of a private party or any land which has been granted a special exception by the board of adjustment as enumerated under the provisions within this code, no building permit or zoning clearance permit shall be issued until that portion of the tract on which the permit is sought has been included within a subdivision plat or replat, as the case may be, submitted to and approved by the planning commission, and filed of record in the office of the county clerk of the county wherein the property is situated. Provided, that the town board of trustees, pursuant to their exclusive jurisdiction of subdivision plats, may remove the platting requirement upon a determination that the above stated purposes have been achieved by previous platting or could not be achieved by a plat or replat. (Ord. 1997-3-1, 3-10-1997)