Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner on Friday announced she would no longer accept campaign contributions from limited liability corporations — tightening the political screws on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to potentially do the same.

Miner, a former state Democratic Committee co-chair who has feuded with Cuomo in recent years, said her decision to stop accepting LLC donations was over the concern of the “corrosive” influence of money in politics.

Giving from LLCs has come under scrutiny for what good-government reformers call a “loophole” in the campaign finance law that allows unlimited giving through a network of the entities.

“We have seen across New York State how money in politics has a corrosive effect on governing,” said Syracuse Mayor Stephanie A. Miner. “The need for campaign finance reform in New York State is real and it is urgent. In absence of our state leaders taking action, I have decided to take this step for myself and forgo political contributions from LLCs. It is my hope that my action will demonstrate a commitment on my part to delivering the highest ethical standard for my constituents.”

Miner is term limited from running again for mayor, but has not ruled out running for another office one day.

The move comes as another mayor Cuomo has differed with, New York City’s Bill de Blasio, has decided to return contributions from Glenwood Management, the real-estate firm that has played a role in multiple corruption cases and donated heavily to the convicted former leaders of the Senate and Assembly, Dean Skelos and Sheldon Silver.

Cuomo supports closing the LLC loophole, but has declined to no longer accept donations from the entities. At the same time, Cuomo — whose business-backed campaign has received more than $500,000 from Glenwood and related entities — took a wait-and-see approach to the company’s donations.

Let’s see what happens with the trial,” he said during the Skelos trial. “Let’s see what the outcome is. If someone is convicted of a crime, then obviously not.”