The easy part about Tarrant County’s Barnett Shale natural gas drilling boom came to an end five years ago.That was when neighborhoods banded together and used their collective bargaining power to draw huge mineral lease checks from drilling companies. A lot of drilling was done inside Fort Worth’s city limits. With the fall in natural gas prices, little leasing and not much drilling gets done nowadays.Still, one natural gas problem has bedeviled the Fort Worth City Council for more than two years: compressor stations, which are essential for getting that gas through pipelines to market. Noise and air pollution are the chief objections.The council is expected to take another run at the problem of compressor station locations on Tuesday. It’s about as complicated as things get when weighing the rights of property owners (the neighbors and the gas companies) against one another.Three proposals are up for council consideration, with subtle differences in the ways they favor homeowners or gas companies. The council could seek a majority willing to accept one of the proposals, approve it and let whichever side feels hurt either fall back to lick its wounds or file a lawsuit.But this has come too far to let frustration rule. Somewhere in these three proposals is a consensus, and council members should find it.