Commemorative Marker #6
Named for Beryl P. Robinson, Jr.
Born in Nevada City
September 13, 1935
City Councilman-City Manager
On July 1, 1999, Beryl Robinson Jr. became the longest-serving city manager in state history. A native of the town he has so ably served, Beryl was appointed city manager on June 21, 1965. In addition to being Nevada City's Chief administrative and financial official, he has diligently worked to preserve the community's 19th century spirit and buildings, including the two historic structures her at Robinson Plaza. Beryl's continuing career in public service has already spanned the terms of seven presidents, six governors and three-dozen council members. A Mason, Rotarian and Elk, Beryl has brought a sense of commitment and purpose to his life matched by few and bettered by none.
Placed by the City Council of Nevada City
September 16, 1999