ST. CLOUD - St. Cloud voters will have an $18 million bond referendum on the November ballot.

If it passes, the additional tax money would be spent on the city's infrastructure and road repairs.  The bond would be for 10 years and would cost taxpayers about $18 more per year on a $140,000 home.

City officials say it would help them get caught up on projects in the next three years.

Mayor Dave Kleis says the referendum is in response to a citywide survey earlier this year, where respondents indicated transportation, congestion, and the condition of the city roads were their top concern.