In the last decade the emergent issue of complexity in the urban organization and governance has taken into account the even more pervasive use of the New Communication and Information Technologies (NICT).However, it doesn’t seem that using NICT had an effective role: it seems, in fact, that beside diffused technical and informational practices in the field of core services like public transport or health care, other possibilities still remain and to increase their effectiveness we need a different reading of planner’s figure. In small communities and minor geographic places, planner’s actions often don’t have enough time and resources in both quality and quantity. The cultural context directly influences the evolution of those dynamics and in this paper we want to take into account the Italian situation by the case study of Selargius local Administration in Sardinia (Italy).The conclusion made below can be extended to a more large context.
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