Dominion's North Anna nuclear reactors may remain offline for a while despite being cleared by the Nuclear Regulator Commission. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says Dominion responded appropriately after the Aug. 23 earthquake shut down its two nuclear reactors at North Anna Power Station. After a three week inspection, NRC officials reported that there had been no significant damage, despite ground movement exceeding levels to which the plant was originally licensed. The federal agency made the announcement yesterday at the power plant’s nuclear information center in Mineral. The report found the quake did not cause significant issues and did not impact the plant's safety system. Some Louisa residents are protesting the reopening of the reactors, saying their water supply and safety are at stake.