A.   These regulations shall apply to all of the lands within the boundaries of the town as they shall from time to time be amended. All county subdivision plats submitted for approval of the town within an area up to one mile from the corporate limits of the town pursuant to Wyoming Statutes section 34-12-103 shall comply with these regulations in the same manner as a subdivision laid out within the town. (Ord. 93-9, 6-14-1993)
   B.   Approval Required: Every owner or proprietor of any tract or parcel of land who shall hereafter subdivide or resubdivide his land into two (2) or more parts for the immediate or future purpose of sale, lease, building development or redevelopment for any residential, recreational, industrial, commercial, public or other use, shall submit a subdivision plat or plats in accordance with these regulations. No person shall commence the physical layout or construction on the ground of a subdivision without first obtaining the approval of the town council, in the form of an approved subdivision plat. (Ord. 2000-9, 7-24-2000)
   C.   Existing Subdivision Plats: None of the provisions of these regulations shall be construed to require replatting in any case in which subdivision plats have been made and legally recorded, pursuant to any regulations previously in force; and all plats heretofore filed for record and not subsequently vacated are hereby declared valid, notwithstanding the fact that the procedures or the manner and form of acknowledgement may have been different than those prescribed by these regulations.
   D.   Exemptions: Unless the method of the sale of land is adopted for the purpose of evading these regulations, these regulations shall not apply to:
      1.   The subdivision of land for the sale of cemetery lots;
      2.   The sale of land by or to the state of Wyoming or any political subdivision thereof;
      3.   Railroad rights of way; and
      4.   Any designated lot of any already recorded subdivision, if the lot is not being altered in any way for the sale. (Ord. 93-9, 6-14-1993)