The Los Gatos Town Council will discuss action related to the initiative at its Feb. 3 meeting, the notice said.
On Friday, Barry Barnes, the political consultant working on the initiative, also sent an email to Los Gatos Patch saying the Registrar had certified the initiative signatures needed to take the issue to the voters this summer.
The Registrar certified 3,020 valid signatures after the group "We Support Los Gatos" had gathered more than 4,000 in December, when it only needed 1,896 signatures to qualify for the ballot.
The group backing the Albright Way office park project at the corner of Winchester Boulevard and Highway 85 announced Wednesday that a poll conducted by a public research firm reveals "overwhelming" support for the controversial plan.
If approved, the initiative would modify the Los Gatos General Plan to allow for the four-building office park at 485,000 square feet and a parking garage.
Two of the edifices would be built at 65 feet and two at 50 feet, plus a three-story garage at 35 feet.
The structures would be located next to Highway 85 and near the planned end of the Vasona Light Rail Line.
The project, which has been approved by the Los Gatos Town Council, is being challenged in court by another group of residents calling themselves "Los Gatos Citizens for Responsible Development."
The "Citizens" are opposing the project due to the height of the buildings, which will exceed their desired 35-feet allotment they perceive as being binding in the town's General Plan.
The poll, conducted by the Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates firm, or FM3, found that a ballot initiative to bypass the legal challenges and proceed with the project enjoys more than 78 percent of support from the Los Gatos electorate, Barnes said.
"This data shows that the measure is well positioned for a strong victory in the June 2014 election," Barnes said.
Once built, the project would allow Los Gatos-based Netflix, the world's largest subscription TV streaming service with more than 40 million subscribers, to move into two of the four buildings, expanding from its current campus at 100 Winchester Circle.
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