I've seen a couple of questions that I believe accurately fit the description for what makes a good question on Stack Overflow. However, these questions were closed by users who must have only scanned the question. For example, this question:
Was closed as "belongs on meta.stackoverflow.com", when quite clearly it is contrary to what makes a good Meta question, and in agreement with what makes a good Stack Overflow question.
I am wondering, is there a way I can contact a Moderator with the power to correct this mistake?
Additionally, maybe the amount of rep needed to close a question isn't high enough, as more users are achieving the needed rep who I don't consider to be responsible enough with the power.
And, how about if a question is closed and re-opened, it should take more close votes to close it a second time. Maybe the sum of the rep of users who voted to close should be weighed against the sum of the rep of the users who voted to reopen, and that should decide which way a question goes.