The lawmakers of the Independent Democratic Conference have lost their committee chair posts as the IDC moves to disband and end its alignment with Senate Republicans.

The move, first reported by The Times Union on Friday, was confirmed by a GOP spokesman.

The development strips Sen. David Carlucci of his Consumer Protection committee chairmanship, Sen. Jesse Hamilton at Banks, Sen. Marisol Alcantara at Labor, and Sen. Tony Avella, who had been chair of Children and Families.

Under the agreement announced this week, Sen. Jeff Klein, the former leader of the IDC, is set to become the deputy Democratic leader under Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins.

It was not a wholly surprising development, but is the first tangible moment of fallout for the lawmakers who had comprised the breakaway conference returning to the minority fold.

Later on Friday, Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan announced their replacements: Sen. Fred Akshar will serve as Chair of the Labor Committee; Sen. Chris Jacobs will serve as Chair of the Consumer Protection Committee; Sen. Elaine Phillips will serve as Chair of the Banks Committee; and Sen. Pam Helming will serve as Chair of the Children and Families Committee.

“Senators Akshar, Jacobs, Phillips, and Helming have enriched our conference with their years of public and private sector experiences and I know they share a commitment to helping hardworking New Yorkers succeed,” Flanagan said. “In these new roles, they will ensure we continue to move forward our legislative priorities and build on the progress we have already made to improve and strengthen the state.”