Mayor Neil M. O’Leary took Gov. Ned Lamont on a tour through several multimillion-dollar redevelopment projects in the city’s South End Monday, and pledged to continue focusing on the area. Lamont on Monday said the bonding package is “tied” to whatever transportation plan is ultimately approved. More money borrowed for transportation will mean less money available for special projects, he said. The city needs another $2.5 million to $3 million, O’Leary said, to finish a cleanup of another project Lamont visited Monday — cleanup of the 17-acre Anamet site. The city has already spent $2.4 million in state bond money on cleanup at Anamet, leaving the project about half completed. The city hopes to gain additional state money to finish up the project and market the site for redevelopment.