Updates to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s $175 billion budget proposal could bolster the local governments affected by the cuts to the aid to municipalities program, a source familiar with the plan said Friday.

An amendment to Cuomo’s budget will earmark tax revenue expected from the plan to collect sales tax from out-of-state internet retail purchases for towns, villages and cities impacted by the AIM funding cut.

Cuomo’s budget estimates the internet sales tax collection will generate an estimated $110 million for local governments.

Cuomo’s budget proposed cutting AIM funding for communities that do not overly rely on the money, less than 2 percent of their overall revenue in 2017.

But local governments raised concerns, saying that even for communities that do not have a large share of the money, it would still lead to cuts to services or an increase in taxes.

Cuomo at a press conference earlier this week acknowledged the concerns raised by the AIM cuts, saying they would be dealt with in his 30-day budget amendments.

“We’re going to be taking a second look at this in this budget,” Cuomo said. “But it’s all money and we have a $3.2 billion deficit to get back to the funding levels that I proposed.”