Last night, I asked a question, a question I knew was on the borderline of acceptable on Math.SE, but I decided to hazard it anyway and make it as appropriate as I could. I flagged the post as community wiki, and left it at that.
After maybe half an hour, a moderator acting by themselves put the question on hold as too broad (I think this cleared my flag as well - although the post was not made into community wiki). My response was basically "sigh, oh well," until someone commented saying they disagreed with the on-hold reason. Since I also disagreed, I went ahead and started the vote for reopening. Within another couple hours the question was open again.
Today I come back and check the question and find that the same moderator, again acting by themselves, has put the question on hold for the same reason as before. This seems a little unfair to me. Was this action appropriate on the moderator's part?
tl;dr: Mod puts post on hold acting by themselves. Community reopens. Mod again puts post on hold by themselves.
Should a moderator refrain from a repeat modpower closure vote after the community has voted to reopen?
Please note that this post does not mean to focus on whether or not my original question should be closed.
It might be important to note that my question was not edited during any of the closure voting actions mentioned above.